21 May 2015 Features associated with radar micro-Doppler signatures of various human activities
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Publisher’s Note: This paper, originally published on 21 May 2015, was replaced with a corrected/revised version on 2 September, 2015 (corrected data in tables 3 and 4). If you downloaded the original PDF but are unable to access the revision, please contact SPIE Digital Library Customer Service for assistance. This paper presents the results of our experimental investigation into the radar micro-Doppler signatures (MDS) of various human activities both in free-space and through-wall environments. The collection of MDS signatures was divided into two categories: stationary and forward-moving. Each category of MDS signatures encompassed a variety of movements associated with it, adding up to a total of 14 human movements. Using a 6.5-GHz C-band coherent radar, the MDS of six human subjects were gathered in free-space and through-wall environments. The MDS for these cases were analyzed in detail and the general properties of the signatures were related to their associated phenomenological characteristics. Based upon the MDS, specific features for designing detectors and classifiers of human targets performing such movements are extracted.
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Matthew Zenaldin, Ram M. Narayanan, "Features associated with radar micro-Doppler signatures of various human activities", Proc. SPIE 9461, Radar Sensor Technology XIX; and Active and Passive Signatures VI, 94611D (21 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2176760; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2176760
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