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이물질 탐지용 FMCW 레이더를 위한 저복잡도 초고해상도 알고리즘

Title
이물질 탐지용 FMCW 레이더를 위한 저복잡도 초고해상도 알고리즘
Translated Title
Low Complexity Super Resolution Algorithmfor FOD FMCW Radar Systems
Authors
김봉석김상동이종훈
DGIST Authors
김상동이종훈
Issue Date
2018-02
Citation
대한임베디드공학회논문지, 13(1), 1-8
Type
Article
Keywords
FMCW radarFOD radarLow complexitySuper resolutionMUSIC
ISSN
1975-5066
Abstract
This paper proposes a low complexity super resolution algorithm for frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar systems for foreign object debris (FOD) detection. FOD radar has a requirement to detect foreign object in small units in a large area. However, The fast Fourier transform (FFT) method, which is most widely used in FMCW radar, has a disadvantage in that it can not distinguish between adjacent targets. Super resolution algorithms have a significantly higher resolution compared with the detection algorithm based on FFT. However, in the case of the large number of samples, the computational complexity of the super resolution algorithms is drastically high and thus super resolution algorithms are difficult to apply to real time systems. In order to overcome this disadvantage of super resolution algorithm, first, the proposed algorithm coarsely obtains the frequency of the beat signal by employing FFT. Instead of using all the samples of the beat signal, the number of samples is adjusted according to the frequency of the beat signal. By doing so, the proposed algorithm significantly reduces the computational complexity of multiple signal classifier (MUSIC) algorithm. Simulation results show that the proposed method achieves accurate location even though it has considerably lower complexity than the conventional super resolution algorithms.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/6096
DOI
10.14372/IEMEK.2018.13.1.1
Publisher
대한임베디드공학회
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Collection:
Convergence Research Center for Future Automotive Technology1. Journal Articles


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