11 September 2015 System scheme of radiofrequency radar detection for short-range targets using a self-rotating antenna architecture at millimeter wave
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A new scheme of a pulse-Doppler radar for the effective detection of metal objects in a short range of millimeter waves is presented. An omnidirectional transmitting antenna (TXA) is used to provide full angular coverage while a directional receiving antenna (RXA) collects the coded signals for the determination of range and angle of the arriving signal. A Doppler shift is created by making RXA horizontally rotate along the axis of TXA, which creates a relative velocity between the RXA and the target under detection. It is shown that the system may detect targets as small as 0.2  m2 with a high resolution.
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Hsi-Tseng Chou, Hsi-Tseng Chou, Kai-Hao Bai, Kai-Hao Bai, } "System scheme of radiofrequency radar detection for short-range targets using a self-rotating antenna architecture at millimeter wave," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 9(1), 096011 (11 September 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.9.096011 . Submission:
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