2017
DOI: 10.1109/taes.2017.2651698
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Spectral Coexistence of MIMO Radar and MIMO Cellular System

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“…More relevant to ths work, transmit beamforming has been viewed as a promising solution to eliminating the mutual interference between radar and communication. First pioneered by [10], the idea of null space projection (NSP) beamforming has been widely discussed [10]- [12], where the radar waveforms are projected onto the null space of the interference channel matrix from radar transmitter to communication receiver. However, it is clear that perfect CSI is unavailable in realistic scenarios.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…More relevant to ths work, transmit beamforming has been viewed as a promising solution to eliminating the mutual interference between radar and communication. First pioneered by [10], the idea of null space projection (NSP) beamforming has been widely discussed [10]- [12], where the radar waveforms are projected onto the null space of the interference channel matrix from radar transmitter to communication receiver. However, it is clear that perfect CSI is unavailable in realistic scenarios.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, it is clear that perfect CSI is unavailable in realistic scenarios. In view of this, the recent NSP work [12] introduces a practical interference channel estimation method. Optimization-based beamforming has been exploited to solve the problem in [13], where the SINR of radar has been optimized subject to power and capacity constraints of communication.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Multipleinput multiple-output (MIMO) radar systems in which a subset of the antenna array is allocated to radar and the rest to communications were studied in [13], along with the setup in which both functionalities utilize all the antennas. Methods for treating the effect of spectrally interfering separate radar and communication systems were studied in [14], [15], while [16] analyzed the effect of radar interference on communication systems. Frequency allocation among radar and communications was considered in [17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…MAJoRCom utilizes the selections of carrier frequencies and their allocation among the antenna elements of CAESAR to convey digital information in a combination of frequency index modulation [30] and spatial index modulation [29]. Unlike previously proposed DFRC systems [10]- [14], [17], [20], which use dedicated independent waveforms and/or antennas for communication, in MAJoRCom the ability to convey information is an inherent byproduct of the radar scheme. Consequently, communication transmission is naturally obtained from the radar design, and both functionalities coexist without cross interference.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…With the rapid growth of the wireless communication industry, the requirement for extra spectrum resources is on the rise, which motivates the network providers and the policy regulators to seek the chance for reusing frequency bands that are currently under-utilized by the radar systems [1]. To this end, the research of radar-communication coexistence (RCC) has recently attracted considerable attention from both academia and industry [2], [3]. While various techniques have been proposed for realizing RCC, one crucial drawback is that most of these approaches require frequent cooperation between radar and communication systems, which might be difficult to be implemented in practice.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%