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Laboratory of Radiopositioning


 

Research activities carried out in Radiopositioning Laboratory span from Radar System Design to Radar Signal Processing topics. The Laboratory is equipped with 10 PCs for research activities and different experimental demonstrators. Scientific supervisors of the Radiopositioning Lab and collaborators belong to Radar, Remote Sensing and Navigation Group (RRSN Group). For more info, please visit our web-site:

http://infocom.uniroma1.it/rrsn/wiki/Main/HomePage

Research activities carried out in Radiopositioning Laboratory span from Radar System Design to Radar Signal Processing topics. Specifically:

  • SAR System Definition
  • SAR & ISAR High Resolution Focusing
  • SAR Image Information Extraction
  • GMTI And Multi-channel SAR
  • Adaptive Array Radar
  • Adaptive Detectors for High Resolution Clutter Echoes
  • Advanced Radar Tracking
  • Passive Bistatic Radar
  • Differential GPS

The Laboratory is equipped with 10 PCs for research activities and some experimental passive radar demonstrators (based on different waveforms of opportunity, e.g. FM radio, DVB and WiFi).

Scientific supervisors of the Radiopositioning Lab and collaborators belong to Radar, Remote Sensing and Navigation Group (RRSN Group). For more info, please visit our web-site:

http://infocom.uniroma1.it/rrsn/wiki/Main/HomePage