Remote Detection and Geolocation of Breathing Subjects by High-Performance FMCW MIMO Microwave Imaging System
AffiliationUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
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AbstractThis paper presents the remote detection and geolocation of breathing targets, for the purpose of effective search and rescue. The key objective is to detect and locate micro oscillatory movement through high-performance sensing, such that breathing targets can be clearly identified from the stationary background image. The presentation of this paper includes theoretical analysis, structure of the imaging formation algorithm and data-acquisition hardware, and full-scale field experiments.
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