Angle Estimation for MIMO Radar in the Presence of Gain-Phase Errors with One Instrumental Tx/Rx Sensor: A Theoretical and Numerical Study.

Ideal transmitting and receiving (Tx/Rx) array response is always desirable in multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar. In practice, nevertheless, Tx/Rx arrays may be susceptible to unknown gain-phase errors (GPE) and yield seriously decreased positioning accuracy. This paper focuses on the dire...

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Published in:Remote Sensing Vol. 13; no. 15; pp. 2964 - 2965
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