High resolution sensor array processing in the presence of wideband chirps
Estimating the parameters of polynomial-phase and chirp signals in sensor arrays is an important task which is frequently encountered in practical applications. Several authors have approached this problem using the narrow-band setting. In this paper, we present an optimal (maximum likelihood) algor...
|Authors:||A. Gershman, Moeness Amin|
|Conference Location:||Pacific Grove, CA|
|Conference Dates:||29 October 29 - November 1, 2000|
|Proceedings Title:||34th Annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, Vol. 1|
array signal processing , chirp modulation , direction-of-arrival estimation , frequency estimation , maximum likelihood estimation , polynomials , signal resolutionCRB , Cramer-Rao bound , DOA , ML estimator , chirp beamformer , direction-of-arrival , frequency parameters , high-resolution sensor array processing , maximum likelihood algorithm , multiple wideband chirp signals , performances , polynomial-phase beamformer , polynomial-phase signals