Comparison between different decorrelation techniques in vital sign detection

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A. Dell'Aversano
A. Natale
R. Solimene

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The problem of detecting the breath activities of a human subject is addressed. A CW signal is used to probe the scene and the MUSIC algorithm is exploited to detect frequency doppler modulation introduced by chest movements. For this particular measurement configuration, the correlation matrix results rank deficient. In order to restore the rank, two decorrelation techniques are compared by exploiting numerical data.

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Dell’Aversano, A., Natale, A., & Solimene, R. (2016). Comparison between different decorrelation techniques in vital sign detection. Advanced Electromagnetics, 5(2), 53-58. https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v5i2.397
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