Studies on Radar and Non-radar Sensor Networks
Biannual performance/technical rept., 1 Dec 2005-31 May 2006
TEXAS UNIV AT ARLINGTON DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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During the period of 1212005--5302006, we expanded our research from generic wireless sensor networks to radar sensor networks. For radar sensor networks, we performed the following preliminary studies 1 Waveform design and diversity in radar sensor networks with applications to automatic target recognition with or without delay-doppler uncertainty 2 We proposed a Knowledge-based Ubiquitous and Persistent Sensor KUPS network for threat assessment, of which sensor is a broad characterization concept 3 Spatial-temporal-frequency diversity for RSN. For non-radar sensor networks, we conducted the following research 1 Channel Capacity of Virtual MIMO-Based Wireless Sensor Networks with Imperfect CSI 2 Cross-Layer Design for MIMO-Based Wireless Sensor Networks 3 Statistical Analysis in Wireless Sensor Networks with Application to Resource Allocation 4 MAC Protocol Design for UWB-Based Wireless Sensor Networks 5 Query Processing Optimization in Wireless Sensor Networks. Fourteen papers were produced during the past six months, and are attached to this report.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation