A frequency-hopping BCS strategy for imaging buried objects

Abstract : The retrieval of buried objects is addressed through an innovative frequency-hopping imaging technique. The a-priori knowledge on the sparseness of the retrieved profiles (in a suitable representation basis) is exploited to process the spectral content of wideband signals collected in ground-penetrating radar (GPR) scenario. Towards this end, a frequency hopping procedure based on a customized version of the multi-task (MT) Bayesian Compressive Sensing is developed. Selected numerical results are reported to preliminarily assess the effectiveness of the presented strategy.
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Lorenza Tenuti, Giacomo Oliveri, Federico Viani, Alessandro Polo, Massimo Donelli, et al.. A frequency-hopping BCS strategy for imaging buried objects. Proc. 2015 IEEE Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS’2015) , Nov 2015, Lecce, Italy. ⟨10.1109/MMS.2015.7375395⟩. ⟨hal-01264838⟩

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