Sensor Array Signal Processing
Title: Sensor Array Signal Processing
Author: Prabhakar S. Naidu
Publisher: CRC (2nd edition)
Hardcover: 556 pages
Pubdate: 8 June 2009
Extensively updated and expanded, the second edition of this popular text covers a wide range of interrelated topics in array processing to provide an accessible introduction to the field. It reviews new developments in the use of sensors in wireless networks and in the use of distributed sensors for localization. It explores the underlying basic principles of array signal processing, focusing on the common threads that exist in wavefield analysis, rather than on particular applications. Following an introduction to the basic equations governing different wavefields, the text provides updated coverage on current topics of interest, including distributed sensor array, multi-component sensors, space-time processing, azimuth/elevation estimation, wideband adaptive beamformation, and frequency invariant beamformation.
About the Author
Prabhakar S. Naidu is a research consultant and retired professor from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. He worked at the Indian Institute of Science for nearly three decades as an assistant, associate, and full professor in the department of electrical communication engineering. He has been awarded the NRC Fellowship (Canada 1965), Alexander von Humboldt fellowship (1979), Senior research associateship from NRC (USA), and listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World (17th edition). He has worked as a visiting scientist at the Australian Telecommunication Research Center and has published seventy research papers and four books.
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