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Adaptive Array Algorithms for Geolocation of RF Signals

  • Ilir Progri
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Abstract

Adaptive array algorithms for geolocation of RF signals present an overview of the best practices and innovative techniques in the art and science of adaptive array algorithms for geolocation of RF signals over the last 20 years in the literature of adaptive array algorithms for beamforming, interference cancelation, source location, etc. [1–58]. It covers all insights and aspects including theoretical analysis, RF signals, signal techniques, key block diagrams, and practical principle signal interpretations in the frequency band from 100 MHz to 66 GHz. Dr. Progri reveals the research and development process by demonstrating how to understand and explain a good number of adaptive algorithms such as those used in wireless networks, mobile phones (or cellular networks), indoor geolocation systems, AM and FM radio, two-way radio, satellite radio, TV broadcasting, satellite TV broadcasting, digital video broadcasting, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), etc., from basic diagrams to be utilized for the principle simulation examples and make recommendations for the future final products of geolocation of RF signals [1–58]. Starting with Geolocation of RF Signals Main Adaptive Algorithm Description in Sect. 4.2, the chapter progressively examines various geolocation of RF signals best adaptive algorithm practices in Sect. 4.3, and then continues with the best blind adaptive algorithm per band and per application to achieve required performance objectives of up to 0° precision.

Keywords

Global Navigation Satellite System Global Navigation Satellite System Antenna Element Adaptive Array Burst Signal 
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  • Ilir Progri
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  1. 1.Giftet Inc.WorcesterUSA

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