Through-the-Wall Imaging Exploiting 2.4GHz Commodity Wi-Fi

10 Mar 2019  ·  Zhong Wei, He Kai, Li Lianlin ·

In this letter, we experimentally investigate a low-cost through-the-wall imaging exploiting Wi-Fi signals in an indoor environment from the perspective of holographic imaging. In our experiments, a pair of antennas in a synthetic aperture mode is used to acquire signals produced by commodity Wi-Fi devices and reflected from the scene in a synthetic aperture mode. The classical filtered back propagation (FBP) algorithm is then employed to form the image based on these signals. We use an IEEE 802.11n wireless router working at 2.4GHz with bandwidth of 20MHz. Selected experimental results are provided to demonstrate the performance of the proposed Wi-Fi based imaging scheme.

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