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Reduced complexity generalised likelihood ratio detector for digital video broadcasting terrestrial-based passive radar
The high resolution of the digital video broadcasting terrestrial (DVB-T) signals leads to a dramatically giant variety of observation samples in an integration time of a DVB-T-based mostly passive radar. Hence, as a result of of the high computational complexity (CC), applying in depth cancellation algorithm and generalised chance ratio (GLR) detector appears to be impractical within the DVB-T-based mostly passive radars. During this study, the authors derive a reduced complexity GLR detector for the DVB-T-based mostly passive radar within the presence of the clutter, the interfering targets and therefore the noise. The proposed detector employs the split received signal to cut back the CC substantially compared with the strategies that process the full signal without delay. Moreover, the CC reduction in the proposed method will not result in a degradation in Doppler resolution and also the detection performance. Simulation results are corroborated with the theoretical analysis.
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