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The goal of this course is (1) to introduce geolocation of RF signals; (2) to analyze blind adaptive signal processing; (3) assess geolocation and digital beam forming; (4) to discuss geolocation and ...

The goal of this course is (1) to introduce geolocation of RF signals; (2) to analyze blind adaptive signal processing; (3) assess geolocation and digital beam forming; (4) to discuss geolocation and array signal processing; (5) to introduce geolocation, detection, and estimation techniques; (6) to describe multipath processing in geolocation of RF signals; and (7) provide hands on lab examples which cover realistic geolocation of RF signals.
This course contains three main sections. The first section describes the RF signals, the RF signal spectrum from 100 MHz – 18 GHz, and the geolocation requirements per application. The second section describes the geolocation techniques as given below:
• Geolocation of RF Signals
• Blind adaptive signal processing
• Geolocation and digital beam-forming
• Geolocation and array signal processing
• Geolocation, detection, and estimation techniques
• Multipath processing in geolocation of RF signals
• Hands on labs which cover realistic geolocation of RF signals
And the third section proposes lab examples specifications that must be taken into account during the design process of systems that will perform accurate geolocation of RF signals.

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    • GEOLOCATION OF RF SIGNALS Tutorial 16.7 Prepared and Presented by Ilir Progri, Ph.D., President and CEO, Giftet Inc 2180 Spencer Ave, Pomona, CA 91767 www.giftet.com Presented at IEEE RADARCON 2009, 8 May 2009 The Pasadena Conference Center 300 East Green Street, Pasadena, CA 91101 http://www.radarcon09.org/tutorials_program.html http://www.radarcon09.org/tutorials_program2.html http://www.radarcon09.org/tutorials_program18.html T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved.
    • Overview Introduction to geolocation of RF signals (Lecture ~5 min) Section 1. Description the RF signals, the RF signal spectrum from 100 MHz – 18 GHz and the geolocation requirements per application (Lecture ~60 min) Section 2. Description the geolocation techniques (Lecture ~105 min) Break (~30 min) Section 3. Lab specifications and illustrations (Lab ~35 min) Tutorial evaluation and appreciation (~5 min) T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 2
    • Introduction to Geolocation of RF Signals Objectives Provide an introduction about the tutorial, Giftet, The MathWorks, MATLAB, Adobe, and Google Duration ~5 min lecture Obtain a quick overview of Giftet® Inc, The MathWorks, MATLAB®, Adobe Systems Inc, and Google Inc. Discuss tutorial set-up, materials, and logistics Lecture ~165 min Lab ~35 min Administrative and break ~35 min Provide a “big picture” view of the course ahead. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 3
    • Giftet® Inc Giftet® mission statement Giftet mission is to become the premier industry corporation for researching, developing, marketing, and distributing global navigation, software, and web solutions for Indoor Geolocation Systems, Geolocation of RF Signals, Geospatial, Geo-Information, Geo-Intelligence, Geo Referencing, GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS, and other Global Satellite and/or Pseudolite Navigation (or Positioning and/or Timing) Systems based on customer’s needs through innovation, leadership, strong collaboration and partnership. Giftet® mission goal Dedicated to the advancement of global navigation, software, and web solutions® Giftet® mission philosophy is based on partnership. Giftet welcomes partnership. Building successful partnership one client at a time and one project at a time. Giftet® Inc was founded on December 26, 2006, Pomona, CA. For more information please visit http://www.giftet.com/ T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 4
    • The MathWorks The MathWorks is the leading (or the world’s premier) corporation in developing and distributing computationally oriented engineering and science products. Mission Goal Accelerating the pace of engineering and science The MathWorks two core (or foundational) products are MATLAB® and Simulink® There are more than 1000 titles written about MATLAB and Simulink in more than 26 languages. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 5
    • MATLAB® MATLAB® is the core or foundational product developed by The MathWorks, Natick, MA. I started to learn and use MATLAB® in 1993 using version 3.1. MATLAB® 2008 and higher is the world’s preferred technical computing language. Applications Aerospace, astronomy, radar, symbolic math, communications, wireless communications, geolocation, signal processing, filter design, RF engineering, control systems, bioinformatics, numerical algebra and numerical linear algebra etc. Special features about MATLAB® User friendly in that it is extremely accurate, fast, and easy to use. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 6
    • New MATLAB® Capabilities Support for numerical arrays > 2×109 elements on 64-bit operating systems for many MATLAB functions Ability to read MPEG, WMV, and other video formats on Windows platforms in MATLAB Video viewer and ROI tools for polygon, ellipse, and freehand selections in Image Processing Toolbox Interleaving of parallel and serial code with the parfor function in Distributed Computing Toolbox Interactive graphics for the Web, using AJAX to enable rotate, zoom, and pan in MATLAB Builder for Java Support for Reuters Market Data System in Datafeed Toolbox T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 7
    • Adobe Systems Inc Adobe Systems Inc in the world leading corporation in the developing and producing consumer photo and video, mobile and devices, print publishing, pro photography, rich internet applications, professional video, technical communications, elearning communications, web conferencing, web publishing etc. Adobe products and solutions include Acrobat, Acrobat Connect Pro, After Effects, AIR, ColdFusion, Design Premium, Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, Flex, Illustrator, InDesign, LiveCycle Enterprise Suite, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements. Adobe products and solutions cover a broad range of industries ranging from Broadcast and media, Education, Financial services, Government, Life sciences, Manufacturing. For more information please visit http://www.adobe.com/ T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 8
    • Google Inc Google Inc is the world’s leading search engine corporation including help with Google Products and Services, Google Web Search Features (Translation I’m Feeling Lucky, Cashed), Google Services and Tools (Toolbar, Google Web APIs, Buttons), Google Labs (Ideas, Demos, Experiments) For site owners Google includes Advertising (AdWords, AdSense…), Business Solutions (Google Search Appliance, Google Mini, WebSearch…), Webmaster Central (One stop shop for comprehensive info about how Google crawls and indexes website…), Submit your content to Google (Add your site, Google Base, and Google Sitemaps…) For more information please visit http://www.google.com/ T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 9
    • Tutorial Setup, Materials, Logistics ~2 hours of lecture, 8:00AM – 10:00AM 30 min break, 10:00AM – 10:30AM ~45 min of lecture, 10:30AM – 11:15AM ~45 min of lab & administrative, 11:15AM – 12:00PM Also at the end of the tutorial each student will receive an appreciation. This appreciation can be used as part of your Geolocation Tutorial proficiency. We would appreciate that at the end of the tutorial each student fill out the tutorial evaluation form. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 10
    • The “Big Picture” View The goal of this tutorial is (1) to introduce geolocation of RF signals (2) to analyze blind adaptive signal processing (3) assess geolocation and digital beam forming (4) to discuss geolocation and array signal processing (5) to introduce geolocation, detection, and estimation techniques (6) to describe multipath processing in geolocation of RF signals (7) provide hands on lab illustrations which cover realistic geolocation of RF signals (8) give an overview on the government, industry, technical, and implementation specifications. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 11
    • The “Big Picture” View Cont. This tutorial contains three main sections. The first section describes the RF signals, the RF signal spectrum from 100 MHz – 18 GHz, and the geolocation requirements per application. The second section describes the geolocation techniques as given below Geolocation of RF Signals Blind adaptive signal processing Geolocation and digital beam-forming Geolocation and array signal processing T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 12
    • The “Big Picture” View Cont. Geolocation and array signal processing Geolocation, detection, and estimation techniques Multipath processing in geolocation of RF signals Hands on MATLAB illustrations which cover realistic geolocation of RF signals. And the third section proposes lab illustration specifications that must be taken into account during the design process of systems that will perform accurate geolocation of RF signals. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 13
    • RF Signals Objectives The first section describes the RF signals, the RF signal spectrum from 100 MHz – 18 GHz, and the geolocation requirements per application. Duration ~ 60 min lecture Identification and significance of the problem RF geolocation requirements RF signals RF signal spectrum RF geolocation requirements per application Illustrations using MATLAB T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 14
    • Appreciation of GPS World T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 15
    • T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 16
    • Power in dBm for various wireless applications 100 FM Radio @ 80 dBm Maximum output from a GSM1800/1900 mobile phone @ 30dBm 50 Bluetooth Class 1 radio, 100 m range (maximum output power from unlicensed FM transmitter) @ 20 dBm 0 Typical maximum received signal power ( -10 to -30 dBm) of wireless network Power (dBm) -50 Typical range ( -60 to  -80 dBm) of wireless (802.11x) received signal power over a network -100 Thermal noise floor for commercial GPS single channel signal bandwidth (2 MHz) @ -111 dBm -150 Typical received signal power from a GPS satellite @ -127.5 dBm Thermal noise floor for 1 Hz bandwidth at room temperature (20C) @ -174dBm -200 Thermal noise floor for 1 Hz bandwidth in outer space (4 kelvin) @ -192.5 dBm -250 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Wireless applications T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 17
    • RF Geolocation Techniques Objectives The second section describes the geolocation techniques as given below Duration ~120 min lecture Geolocation of RF signals Blind adaptive signal processing Blind adaptive signal processing Geolocation and array signal processing Geolocation, detection, and estimation techniques T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 18
    • Geolocation of RF signals A comparison between the recursive Cholesky’s and MGSO algorithms A solution to the generalized eigenvalue problem Illustrations using MATLAB T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 19
    • Lab Illustrations Specifications Geolocation of RF Signals Objective Lab illustrations include combining the above practices in hands on illustrations, homework, and exercises to realistic problems of geolocation of RF signals. Duration ~ 35 min 11:25AM – 12:00PM Area 1 RF signals specifications, engineering, antennas, propagation, and technologies Area 2 RF geolocation distributed wireless communications network, multi- digital dimensional, multiplatform, multitasking, division of labor, parallel and joint signal processing Area 3 RF geolocation, geospatial, geographic, video, visualization, and virtualization integration Area 4 RF geolocation distributed network service architecture, monitoring, management, and information assurance Area 5 RF geolocation research and development, project management, capital planning and investment control. T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 20
    • Lab Illustrations’ Specifications—Area 5 RF geolocation research and development, project management, capital planning and investment control Giftet Reason for Partnership Partner’s Reason for Partnership with Giftet Need for Partnership Government Agencies Industry Partners University and Research Centers Nonprofit Organizations Financial Institutions Need for Innovation Need for Integration and Standardization Need for Product Development and Intelligent Mass Production T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 21
    • Tutorial Evaluation and Appreciation Objective At the end of the tutorial each student will receive an Appreciation. This appreciation can be used as part of your Geolocation of RF Signals proficiency. At the end of this tutorial each student is essentially achieving the Geolocaiton of RF Signals proficiency level II (intermediate level). At the end of this tutorial each student is also asked to fill out the tutorial evaluation form at T16.7 Geolocation RF Signals--Copyright © 2009 by Giftet Inc. All rights reserved. 22