29 May 2014 Radar measurements of moving objects around corners in a realistic scene
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The possibility of detecting moving people around the corner using multipath propagation of radar waves has previous been demonstrated in experimental set-ups. Here, we present measurements from a realistic scene using a radar system operating at X-band in a stepped-frequency mode. The moving objects include person(s), bicycle, and car(s). A semi-monostatic single receiver-transmitter radar system was used as a data collector. All detections were made by using Doppler filter processing. We can identify target returns after one and two wall reflections. Two persons moving in the scene can be separated, when allowed by the range resolution.
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Tommy Johansson, Tommy Johansson, Anders Örbom, Anders Örbom, Ain Sume, Ain Sume, Jonas Rahm, Jonas Rahm, Stefan Nilsson, Stefan Nilsson, Magnus Herberthson, Magnus Herberthson, Magnus Gustafsson, Magnus Gustafsson, Åsa Andersson, Åsa Andersson, "Radar measurements of moving objects around corners in a realistic scene", Proc. SPIE 9077, Radar Sensor Technology XVIII, 90771Q (29 May 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2049588; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2049588
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