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Stepped-Frequency Distributed Radar for Through-the-Wall Sensing: Resolution of Moving Targets by Orthogonal Antenna Pairs
[Technical Report, Technical Report]
U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, Army Research Laboratory
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The authors studied distributed radar for through-the-wall sensing. The intended application is detection and identification of personnel and weaponry located inside of a building from outside of that building. The radar architecture used for this study is similar to one recently implemented by US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory researchers for concealed-target detection. Experiments were conducted at the Adelphi Laboratory Center in Building 507 using the low-metal plywood structure recently used for synthetic-aperture and harmonic-radar tests.
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