Array processing is concerned with the joint processing of signals from spatially separated sensors. Typically, the sensors are arranged on a line, a square, or a circle with a regular inter-sensor spacing and observe a common physical phenomenon, e.g., an incoming wave from a certain direction. By formulating a statistical model that relates the signals of all sensors, it is possible to estimate the direction of the incoming waves, enhance the signal-to-noise ratio, or to separate signals from different sources.
Array processing is used in the following fields of research at our institute:
To learn more about array processing we kindly refer to the following lectures offered at our institute:
- Adaptive and Array Signal Processing
- Signals and Array Signal Processing for Global Navigation Satellite Systems
- Physical Principles of Electromagnetic Fields and Antenna Systems
- Circuit Theory and Communications