DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272707030089
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The MIMO method for transmission of telecode information

Vadym I. Slyusar, A. N. Dubik, S. V. Voloshko

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A new method is suggested for signal processing in the pulsed MIMO system using the space of beams in the receiving digital antenna array. The paper also describes an approach to simultaneous treatment of the communication and radiolocation tasks based on combination of radio-pulse transmission of telecode data and multifrequency OFDM-sounding of air space.

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