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Cognitive MIMO Radar for RFID Localization

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Stefan Grebien
Klaus Witrisal
Research Areas

It is hypothesized that the use of cognitive system concepts as well as multiple input, multiple output techniques can enable accurate and robust indoor localization using a passive radio frequency identification (RFID) system.

By learning radio-channel parameters online, an adaptation of the signaling scheme can be employed to ensure robust localization and efficient resource allocation. Cognitive radar is a concept to cope with the aspects of learning the environment and adapting the system parameters in a combined fashion.