Doppler-Resilient 802.11ad-Based Ultra-Short Range Automotive Joint Radar-Communications System

4 Feb 2019  ·  Gaurav Duggal, Shelly Vishwakarma, Kumar Vijay Mishra, Shobha Sundar Ram ·

We present an ultra-short range IEEE 802.11ad-based automotive joint radar-communications (JRC) framework, wherein we improve the radar's Doppler resilience by incorporating Prouhet-Thue-Morse sequences in the preamble. The proposed processing reveals detailed micro-features of common automotive objects verified through extended scattering center models of animated pedestrian, bicycle, and car targets. Numerical experiments demonstrate $2.5$% reduction in the probability-of-false-alarm at low signal-to-noise-ratios and improvement in the peak-to-sidelobe level dynamic range up to Doppler velocities of $\pm144$ km/hr over conventional 802.11ad JRC.

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