Current systems in Weibel transmits a continuous signal with either a
constant frequency or a linear frequency modulated signal. We have a desire
to investigate the benefits from using more advanced signal modulation than
linear frequency modulation. A starting point could be Binary Phase-Shift
Keying (BPSK) and be expanded to include more advanced encoding with
improved rejection rates and correlation properties.
The student(s) must understand how to apply and process coded waveforms
using the system similar to a Weibel radar system. From here, different
coding schemes will be evaluated on the ability to detect true range and
velocity, Doppler sensitivity, and potential for clutter suppression.
After a few candidates are selected, a high fidelity
system model should be implemented to estimate impact from e.g. filters,
dynamic range, bandwidth, mixers, and processing load.
Example of tasks
- Literature study of encoding schemes
- Proof of concept implementation
- Sensitivity analysis
- High fidelity modelling
Henrik Stenby Andresen
Phone: +45 4816 9761
Place of work: Weibel HQ and/or place of study.
Birte Kronbak Andersen is not the
project supervisor, she just put the project idea in the Project Bank
for Weibel. But a supervisor can most likely be found at DTU Space.