POTENTIALITIES OF USRP-BASED SOFTWARE DEFINED RADAR SYSTEMS

Abstract : Software Defined Radar is the latest trend in radar development. To handle enhanced radar signal processing techniques, advanced radars need to be able of generating various types of waveforms, such as frequency modulated or phase coded, and to perform multiple functions. The adoption of a Software Defined Radio system makes easier all these abilities. In this work, the implementation of a Software Defined Radar system for target tracking using the Universal Software Radio Peripheral platform is discussed. For the first time, an experimental characterization in terms of radar application is performed on the latest Universal Software Radio Peripheral NI2920, demonstrating a strongly improved target resolution with respect to the first generation platform.
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Sandra Costanzo, Francesco Spadafora, Giuseppe Di Massa, Antonio Borgia, Antonio Costanzo, et al.. POTENTIALITIES OF USRP-BASED SOFTWARE DEFINED RADAR SYSTEMS. Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, EMW Publishing, 2013. ⟨hal-00931209⟩

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