2020
DOI: 10.1109/tcomm.2020.2973976
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Joint Radar and Communication Design: Applications, State-of-the-Art, and the Road Ahead

Abstract: For the sake of enhancing the exploitation of the permanently allocated, but potentially under-utilized spectral resources, sharing the frequency bands between radar and communication systems has attracted substantial attention. More explicitly, there is increasing demand for sharing both the frequency band and the hardware platform between these two functionalities, but naturally, its success critically hinges on highquality joint sensing and communications. In this paper, we firstly overview the application … Show more

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“…The methods of spectrum sharing explored in the literature can be classified into three types [1], namely cohabitation, cooperation and codesign. The main concepts governing these methods are illustrated in Fig.…”
Section: Methods Of Spectrum Sharingmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The methods of spectrum sharing explored in the literature can be classified into three types [1], namely cohabitation, cooperation and codesign. The main concepts governing these methods are illustrated in Fig.…”
Section: Methods Of Spectrum Sharingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the radar and communication systems cooperatively exchange information that helps them to keep this interference within tolerable limits. Techniques include implementing such cohabitation by joint power allocation optimized with constraints on qualityof-service (QoS) requirements for both the systems [20] and successive interference cancellation at the receiver [1], [21]. Obviously, the drawback is that the mutual interference and consequent degradation in both systems' performances are inevitable.…”
Section: A Cohabitationmentioning
confidence: 99%
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