Localization of multiple broadband targets via frequency domain adaptive beamforming for planar arrays
Ziomek, Lawrence J.
Behrle, Charles D.
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Computer simulation studies of a frequency domain adaptive beamforming algorithm for planar arrays are presented. The algorithm, which can localize multiple broadband targets, is a modified complex least‐mean‐square (LMS) adaptive algorithm, and can process an arbitrary number of harmonics. The algorithm provides estimates of both the depression and bearing angles of incident plane‐wave fields. Computer simulation results are presented comparing the average depression and bearing angle estimation errors as a function of the input signal‐to‐noise ratio (SNR) at a single element in the array, sampling rate, and harmonic number. The ‘‘full angular coverage’’ capability of the algorithm was also tested.
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