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See detailStochastic-Geometry-Based Interference Modeling in Automotive Radars Using Matérn Hard-Core Process
Mishra, K. V.; R., B. Shankar M.; Ottersten, Björn UL

in 2020 IEEE Radar Conference (RadarConf20), Stochastic-Geometry-Based Interference Modeling in Automotive Radars Using Matérn Hard-Core Process (2020, December 04)

As the use of radars in autonomous driving systems becomes more prevalent, these systems are increasingly susceptible to mutual interference. In this paper, we employ stochastic geometry to model the ... [more ▼]

As the use of radars in autonomous driving systems becomes more prevalent, these systems are increasingly susceptible to mutual interference. In this paper, we employ stochastic geometry to model the automotive radar interference in realistic traffic scenarios and then derive trade-offs between the radar design parameters and detection probability. Prior works model the locations of radars in the lane as a homogeneous Poisson point process (PPP). However, the PPP models assume all nodes to be independent, do not account for the lengths of vehicles, and ignore spatial mutual exclusion. In order to provide a more realistic interference effect, we adopt the Matérn hardcore process (MHCP) instead of PPP, in which two vehicles are not closer than an exclusion radius from one another. We show that the MHCP model leads to more practical design trade-offs for adapting the radar parameters than the conventional PPP model. [less ▲]

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See detailToward Metacognitive Radars: Concept and Applications
Mishra, K. V.; Shankar, M. R. B.; Ottersten, Björn UL

in 2020 IEEE International Radar Conference (RADAR), Toward Metacognitive Radars: Concept and Applications (2020, June 11)

We introduce a metacognitive approach to optimize the radar performance for a dynamic wireless channel. Similar to the origin of the cognitive radar in the neurobiological concept of cognition ... [more ▼]

We introduce a metacognitive approach to optimize the radar performance for a dynamic wireless channel. Similar to the origin of the cognitive radar in the neurobiological concept of cognition, metacognition also originates from neurobiological research on problem-solving and learning. Broadly defined as the process of learning to learn, metacognition improves the application of knowledge in domains beyond the immediate context in which it was learned. We describe basic features of a metacognitive radar and then illustrate its application with some examples such as antenna selection and resource sharing between radar and communications. Unlike previous works in communications that only focus on combining several existing algorithms to form a metacognitive radio, we also show the transfer of knowledge in a metacognitive radar. A metacognitive radar improves performance over individual cognitive radar algorithms, especially when both the channel and transmit/receive hardware are changed. [less ▲]

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See detailDeep Rainrate Estimation from Highly Attenuated Downlink Signals of Ground-Based Communications Satellite Terminals
Mishra, K. V.; R., B. S. M.; Ottersten, Björn UL

in ICASSP 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Deep Rainrate Estimation from Highly Attenuated Downlink Signals of Ground-Based Communications Satellite Terminals (2020, May 14)

While the use of weather radars to continuously monitor the spatiotemporal dynamics of precipitation has grown in recent years, these systems are expensive and sparsely deployed across the world. In this ... [more ▼]

While the use of weather radars to continuously monitor the spatiotemporal dynamics of precipitation has grown in recent years, these systems are expensive and sparsely deployed across the world. In this context, densely located ground-based terminals for interactive satellite services have the potential for dual-use as weather sensors because they measure rain-attenuated power of the downlink signal. Although in the millimeter-wave regime, the rain rate has almost a linear relationship with specific attenuation, lack of other weather radar observables at satellite terminals imposes a daunting task of extracting rainfall rate from these highly attenuated signals. We address this problem by designing a deep convolutional neural network (CNN) that learns the relationship between the signal attenuation and rainfall rate observed by weather radars and rain gauges at a given location. During the prediction stage, the CNN accepts downlink attenuation as input and classifies the rain intensity which is then used to apply an appropriate rainfall estimator. Our experiments with real data show that, despite severe attenuation, CNN-based downlink rainfall accumulations closely follow the nearest C-band German weather service Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) radar. [less ▲]

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