Through wall imaging: Historical perspective and future directions

  title={Through wall imaging: Historical perspective and future directions},
  author={Edward J. Baranoski},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing},
Through wall imaging is highly desirable for police, fire and rescue, first responder, and military applications. The ultimate desire of such system is to provide detailed information in areas that cannot be seen using conventional measures. Borrowing from successes in geological and medical imaging environments, researchers are applying radio frequency (RF) and other sensing modes to penetrate wall materials and make intelligent decisions about the contents of rooms and buildings. For this… CONTINUE READING
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