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In this paper, we present an efficient method for radio frequency interference (RFI) detection based on cyclic spectrum analysis that relies on compressive statistical sensing to estimate the cyclic spectrum from sub-Nyquist data. We refer to this method as compressive statistical sensing (CSS), since we utilize the statistical autocovariance matrix from the compressed data.


In the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), 100 MHz of spectrum will be shared between commercial users and federal incumbents. Dynamic use of the band relies on a network of sensors dedicated to detecting the presence of federal incumbent signals and triggering protection mechanisms when necessary. This paper uses field-measured waveforms of incumbent signals in and adjacent to the band to evaluate the performance of matched-filter detectors for these sensors.


In this paper we present experimental results for the development
of a gesture recognition system using a 77 GHz FMCW
radar system. We measure the micro-Doppler signature of a
gesturing hand to construct an energy distribution in velocity
space over time. A gesturing hand is fundamentally a dynamical
system with unobservable “state” (i.e. the name of the gesture)
which determines the sequence of associated observable
velocity-energy distributions, so a Hidden Markov Model is
used to for gesture recognition, a more tailored approach than