Cognitive Radars for Automobiles
Grant number: DP150104473 | Funding period: 2015 - 2018
Automobile radar systems are an important technology for improving road safety by providing advanced driver warnings in vehicles. Though such devices currently exist in practice there is no guarantee that they will operate successfully when deployed on a mass scale in every vehicle given the limited allocated frequency spectrum. The spectral interference due to radar access becomes a major issue when several radars operate in a confined bandwidth simultaneously, potentially leading to a complete system failure during mass deployment. This project will conduct fundamental research intended to enable dynamic spectrum accessing in automobile radars and redesign the radar systems in the form of ..View full description
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Interference Mitigation in Automotive Radars Using Pseudo-Random Cyclic Orthogonal Sequences
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Statistical spectrum occupancy prediction for dynamic spectrum access: a classification
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ᅟ: Spectrum scarcity due to inefficient utilisation has ignited a plethora of dynamic spectrum access solutions to accommodate the..
Geo-aware erasure coding for high-performance erasure-coded storage clusters
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Erasure code-based distributed storage systems are increasingly being used by storage providers for big data storage since they of..
Construction of low-hit-zone frequency hopping sequences with optimal partial Hamming correlation by interleaving techniques
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In quasi-synchronous frequency hopping code division multiple-access systems, frequency hopping sequences (FHSs) with low-hit-zone..
Efficient Range-Doppler Processing for Random Stepped Frequency Radar in Automotive Applications
Akram Al-Hourani, Robin J Evans, Bill Moran, Sithamparanathan Kandeepan, Udaya Parampalli
Stepped frequency radar technology, where the transmit waveform consists of a sequence of tones, has long been suggested for cost-..