On constraint design and implementation for broadband adaptive array beamforming
This paper discusses eigenvector constraint design for broadband adaptive array beam forming. The constraint equations are constructed using the real and imaginary parts of the steering vectors and the response vectors, this permits real arithmetic and guarantees real outputs. A simple and elegant structure is developed for implementing the designed beam former by a generalized sidelobe canceler (GSC). This structure reduces the computational complexity from O(N/sup 2/) to O(N), where N being the dimension of the weight vector.
Y. R. Zheng et al., "On constraint design and implementation for broadband adaptive array beamforming," Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 2002.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Array Signal Processing; Broadband Adaptive Array Beamforming; Computational Complexity; Computational Complexity Reduction; Constraint Equations; Eigenvector Constraint Design; Generalized Sidelobe Canceler; Interference Suppression; Real Arithmetic; Response Vectors; Steering Vectors; Uniform Linear Array; Weight Vector Dimension
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01 Jan 2002