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P3343

Standard for the Spatio-temporal Synchronization of a Synthetic Aperture of Distributed Sensors

This standard describes spatio-temporal synchronization techniques that support distributed sensors used in multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar, cellular networks, smart factories, geolocation, power beaming, and channel sounding applications, from frequencies of 1 GHz in the microwave band to 110 GHz in the millimeter wave band. This standard details fundamental hardware requirements necessary for the real-time spatio-temporal synchronization of distributed sensors that collectively form a synthetic aperture. The standard relates hardware specifications to achievable performance limits. Computational approaches defined by the standard jointly estimate the position, orientation, and clock parameters of distributed sensors. These estimates allow temporal and spatial coherence to be established between sensors with separate clocks and thereby create a single jointly coherent aperture. Coherence and geometric information between the distributed sensors can also provide accurate geopositioning capabilities. The standard further describes the typical performance losses caused by imperfect synchronization accuracy.

Sponsor Committee
SPS/SASC - Synthetic Aperture Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2023-12-06

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Signal Processing Society
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Sponsor Committee
SPS/SASC - Synthetic Aperture Standards Committee
Working Group
FPSA - Working Group for Field-Portable Synthetic Apertures
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Jonathan Goldberg
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Working Group Chair
Benjamin Deutschmann

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