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Zhang, W.; Liu, W.; Wu, S.L.; Wang, J. (2013)
Publisher: IET
Languages: English
Types: Other

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arxiv: Computer Science::Information Theory
Traditional direction of arrival (DOA) estimation for a MIMO array assumes perfect knowledge of the array manifold. Its performance will degrade severely in the presence of array model errors. In this paper we propose a simple scheme for robust DOA estimation based on a MIMO array configuration, where two well-calibrated transmit sensors are used as the transmit array and no knowledge about the receive array manifold is assumed. Its performance is verified by simulation results.
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