FMCW


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FMCWFrequency-Modulated Continuous Wave
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In earlier work [10]-[12], FMCW radar algorithms with multiple channels for surveillance were designed and implemented.
The measurement system in this paper consists of two independent frequency-modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar sensors operating in the frequency bands from 24.05 GHz-24.25 GHz and 33.4 GHz-36.0 GHz, respectively.
An 8 to 9 GHz LC-VCO and harmonic-suppressed CML divider with low supply voltage for FMCW synthesizer, Solid-State and Integrated Circuit Technology 1-3.
This article shows a frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar system developed from COTS elements, which has as central component the K-LC6 transceiver module made by "RFbeam Microwave GmbH" [1].
As figure 7 shows, the basic idea of FMCW is to generate a linear frequency ramp (chirp) periodically.
In this article, there will be explained the significantly more cost-effective, frequency modulated radar technology FMCW (ref.
Martorella, "Range doppler and image autofocusing for FMCW inverse synthetic aperture radar," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol.
Moccia, "Preliminary study of a millimeterwave FMCW InSAR for UAS indoor navigation," Sensors, vol.
In addition, SDR-based combination of a FMCW (Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave) and CW radar frontend module was developed [9].
Blackmore will use the funds to miniaturize its FMCW lidar engine and deliver affordable, high-performance lidar sensors to the automotive and surveillance markets.
One of the most common forms of millimeter-wave automotive radar is "Frequency modulated continuous wave" (FMCW), in which the millimeter-wave signal's frequency is modulated at a high frequency, but this has a shortcoming in that as it approaches targets moving at different speeds-such as a vehicle and a pedestrian-it tends to overlook one of them.
Davies, "Sparse detection in the chirplet transform: application to FMCW radar signals," IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol.