The concept of personal radar has recently emerged as an interesting solution for next 5G applications. In fact the high portability of massive antenna arrays at millimeter-waves enables the integration of a radar system in pocket-size devices (i.e. tablets or smartphones) and enhances the possibility to map the surrounding environment by guaranteeing accurate localization together with high-speed communication capabilities. In this paper we investigate for the first time the capability of such personal radar solution using real measured data collected at millimeter-waves as input for the mapping algorithm.

Millimeter-wave backscattering measurements with transmitarrays for personal radar applications

GUERRA, ANNA;Guidi, Francesco;DARDARI, DAVIDE
2015

Abstract

The concept of personal radar has recently emerged as an interesting solution for next 5G applications. In fact the high portability of massive antenna arrays at millimeter-waves enables the integration of a radar system in pocket-size devices (i.e. tablets or smartphones) and enhances the possibility to map the surrounding environment by guaranteeing accurate localization together with high-speed communication capabilities. In this paper we investigate for the first time the capability of such personal radar solution using real measured data collected at millimeter-waves as input for the mapping algorithm.
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Guerra, Anna; Guidi, Francesco; Clemente, Antonio; D'Errico, Raffaele; Dussopt, Laurent; Dardari, Davide
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