Book: MIMO Radar Signal Processing
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) radar has been receiving increasing attention from researchers, practitioners, and funding agencies. This is the first book to present a comprehensive and coherent picture of this emerging field, which is likely to become the standard reference in the field. The book introduces recent developments in MIMO radar in a tutorial manner to stimulate new concepts, theories, and applications on the topic, as well as to foster further cross-fertilization of ideas with MIMO communications. It is valuable for radar system designers, research groups, and graduate students. The first book to present a systematic and coherent picture of MIMO radars
Due to its potential to improve target detection and discrimination capability, Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) radar has generated significant attention and widespread interest in academia, industry, government labs, and funding agencies. This important new work fills the need for a comprehensive treatment of this emerging field.
Edited and authored by leading researchers in the field of MIMO radar research, this book introduces recent developments in the area of MIMO radar to stimulate new concepts, theories, and applications of the topic, and to foster further cross-fertilization of ideas with MIMO communications. Topical coverage includes:
Adaptive MIMO radar
Beampattern analysis and optimization for MIMO radar
MIMO radar for target detection, parameter estimation, tracking,association, and recognition
MIMO radar prototypes and measurements
Space-time codes for MIMO radar
Statistical MIMO radar
Waveform design for MIMO radar
Written in an easy-to-follow tutorial style, MIMO Radar Signal Processing serves as an excellent course book for graduate students and a valuable reference for researchers in academia and industry. About the Author
Jian Li, PhD, is Professor and Director of the Spectral Analysis Laboratory of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida. She has coedited one book, coauthored one book and four book chapters, and published approximately 300 refereed technical conference contributions and journal papers, many of which are on topics related to array signal processing.
Petre Stoica, PhD, is Professor of System Modeling in the Information Technology Department at Uppsala University, Sweden. He has coedited two books, coauthored nine books, and published approximately 500 refereed technical conference contributions and journal papers, many of which are on topics related to array signal processing.