AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Elect & Comp Engn
Keywordsradar 3D imaging
synthetic aperture radar
millimeter wave radar
inverse Radon transform
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Citation3D Imaging Millimeter Wave Circular Synthetic Aperture Radar 2017, 17 (6):1419 Sensors
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AbstractIn this paper, a new millimeter wave 3D imaging radar is proposed. The user just needs to move the radar along a circular track, and high resolution 3D imaging can be generated. The proposed radar uses the movement of itself to synthesize a large aperture in both the azimuth and elevation directions. It can utilize inverse Radon transform to resolve 3D imaging. To improve the sensing result, the compressed sensing approach is further investigated. The simulation and experimental result further illustrated the design. Because a single transceiver circuit is needed, a light, affordable and high resolution 3D mmWave imaging radar is illustrated in the paper.
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