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A Comparison of the Recursive and FFT-based Reassignment Methods in micro-Doppler Analysis

Abstract : A brief comparison of two time-frequency (TF) reassignment methods is provided in this paper. Both techniques use the short-time Fourier transform (STFT), however, they can be formulated and computed differently. The first classical method is based on the fast Fourier transform (FFT), while the second one uses a recursive filter bank which, in turn, can be more efficient due to a lower time delay and a reduced computational complexity. Thanks to the proposed methodology, a real-time computation of the spectrogram and the reassigned spectrogram can be obtained. Hence, the reassignment method allows an almost ideal localization of the micro-Doppler signature components in a TF distribution to be obtained. Both approaches are presented, investigated, and validated using real-life radar signals in the form of micro-Doppler signatures originating from different targets.
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Karol Abratkiewicz, Piotr Samczyński, Dominique Fourer. A Comparison of the Recursive and FFT-based Reassignment Methods in micro-Doppler Analysis. IEEE Radar Conference 2020, Sep 2020, Florence, Italy. ⟨hal-02889226⟩

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