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ROBUST ADAPTIVE BEAMFORMING BASED ON POWER METHOD PROCESSING AND SPATIAL SPECTRUM MATCHING

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Saeed Mohammadzadeh
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8 May 2022 - 3:28am
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Document Year:
2022
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Presenters:
Saeed Mohammadzadeh
Paper Code:
SAM-1.1

Abstract

Robust adaptive beamforming (RAB) based on interference-plus noise covariance (INC) matrix reconstruction can experience performance degradation when model mismatch errors exist, particularly when the input signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is large. In this work, we devise an efficient RAB technique for dealing with covariance matrix
reconstruction issues. The proposed method involves INC matrix reconstruction using an idea in which the power and the steering vector of the interferences are estimated based on the power method. Furthermore, spatial match processing is computed to reconstruct the desired signal-plus-noise covariance matrix. Then, the noise components are excluded to retain the desired signal (DS) covariance matrix. A key feature of the proposed technique is to avoid eigenvalue decomposition of the INC matrix to obtain the dominant power of the interference-plus-noise region. Moreover, the INC reconstruction is carried out according to the definition of the theoretical INC
matrix. Simulation results are shown and discussed to verify the effectiveness of the proposed method against existing approaches.

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