Journal of Radio Electronics
ISSUES OF PRACTICAL USE OF THE SHORT-RANGE RADIOLOCATION SYSTEM BASED ON ULTRASHORT PULSES WITH SMALL ENERGY CONSUMPTION
A. D. Zerkal
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
Problems of the specific use of specialized element components to create short-range radar system on the basis of ultrashort pulses with low power consumption, based on a single-chip transceiver without the use of high-speed ADC, are discussed. The results of laboratory measurements of system parameters are presented. The possibilities for the practical use of the system as a sensor for the people detection in the protected area, a sensor for the obstacle detection in model-based vision system, a sensor for remote measurement and monitoring of human breathing and heartbeat parameters in medicine or when performing work related with an increased risk, a portable radar for the people detection behind the obstacles, or buried under the rubble of building structures, snow avalanches, and training laboratory equipment are demonstrated.
KEY WORDS: short-range radiolocation, ultrashort pulses, ultrabroadband signals, single-chip transceiver, sensor
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