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High resolution techniques for Radar: Myth or Reality?

Abstract : We address the problem of effectiveness of the high resolution techniques applied to the conditional model. The rationale is based on a definition of the probability of resolution of maximum likelihood estimators which is computable in the asymptotic region of operation (in SNR and/or in large number of snapshots). The application case is the multiple tones estimation problem (Doppler frequencies estimation in radar).
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Chengfang Ren, Jérôme Galy, Eric Chaumette, Pascal Larzabal, Alexandre Renaux. High resolution techniques for Radar: Myth or Reality?. EUSIPCO: European Signal Processing Conference, Sep 2013, Marrakech, Morocco. ⟨hal-00926285⟩

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