16 May 2005 Human tracking using a two-element antenna array
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Abstract
We investigate the use of a low-cost, two-element receiving array for tracking human movements in indoor surveillance applications. Conventional direction of arrival (DOA) detection requires the use of an antenna array with multiple elements. Here we investigate the use of only two elements in the receiver array. The concept entails simultaneously resolving the Doppler frequencies of the returned signals from the moving targets and the DOA of the targets. Simulation is performed to demonstrate the concept. Both the monostatic and the bistatic scenario where the transmitter and the receiving array are placed at different locations are investigated. DOA errors and tolerances are analyzed for each scenario. An experimental system is constructed to test the concept. The system consists of a two-element receiver array operating at 2.4 GHz. Measurement results of various collection scenarios are presented.
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Adrian Lin, Adrian Lin, Hao Ling, Hao Ling, } "Human tracking using a two-element antenna array", Proc. SPIE 5788, Radar Sensor Technology IX, (16 May 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.603494; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.603494
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