The proposed MBMR radar was installed in the test vehicle, Tucson ix platform, which is produced by Hyundai Motor Company as shown in Figure 8(a).
The experiments were performed to confirm if the MBMR radar could simultaneously detect the range and angle information of two targets, which were located long range and short range beam area, respectively.
In this paper, we developed a highly integrated MBMR radar with two-channel TX and four-channel RX using switching array antennas, K-band GaAs RF ICs, FMCW waveform, and subspace based DBF algorithm to overcome the demerits in the aspect of the size and cost of previous radar systems.
The MBMR method is a validational process utilizing a matrix of intercorrelations among tests representing at least two behaviors, each measured by at least two raters.
Such an idiographic approach using an MBMR method has not been widely used among researchers due mainly to time and cost constraints.
The idiographic approach and MBMR method can lead to the better understanding of what entrepreneurs really do in their day-to-day activities.
The MBMR method can analyze both reliability and validity.
The two major dimensions of the MBMR validity assessment would be convergent and discriminant validities.
Further understanding of the MBMR validity analysis can be illustrated in Table 1.