Fri. Jul 19th, 2024


Radar Signal Processing

Number of ECTS (1 ECTS equals a workload of appr. 25 hrs): 5

The course covers

Part 1
5 Sessions

Part 2
5 Sessions
Part 3
In Lab Measurements (3 Sessions)
Introduction to Radar Systems
Range Equation, Noise, System Losses, and Swerling Models
Antenna / Transmitter / Receiver
Clutter effects, clutter cancellation, improvement factor, and Doppler processing,
Fundamentals of Pulse compression

Thomas, Yuan, Robin, Mohammad, Haythem, Ehsan, Ahmed, Tong, Alejandro
Detection and parameter estimation
FMCW radar
MIMO radar
DoA Estimation
Convex and Non-Convex Optimization in Radar

24GHz Front-ends-Python Scripting
Sub-6 GHz USRPs – Signal Tx and Rx
Real-time Micro-Doppler Analysis using Python and the MIT radar system

Sessions (Weightage – 30%)

Assignments (Weightage – 30%)

Project (Weightage – 40%)

Lecturer: Mohammad Alaee

Today (June 17th 2022), we finished #Radar Signal Processing lectures.

I’d want to express my gratitude to all of the PhD students at #SnT #SPARC and #SIGCOM that attending the radar classes for the entire semester. It was a wonderful event for me, and it will live on in my memory. I’d like to thank #Thomas Feuillen in particular for his assistance with the lab experiments.

Registration deadline: 28th February 2022

9:00 – 12:00 Every Friday – Starting from 4th March 2022 – 13 Sessions

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