[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP150104473]
Researchers Prof Robin Evans; Dr Kandeepan Sithamparanathan; A/Prof Udaya Parampalli
Brief description Automobile radar systems is an important technology for improving road safety by providing advanced driver warnings in vehicles. Though such devices currently exist in practice there is no guarantee that they will operate successfully when deployed on a mass scale in every vehicle given the limited allocated frequency spectrum. The spectral interference due to radar access becomes a major issue when several radars operate in a confined bandwidth simultaneously, potentially leading to a complete system failure during mass deployment. In this proposal we conduct fundamental research to enable dynamic spectrum accessing in automobile radars and redesign the radar systems in the form of sequence and waveform designs to suit our requirements.
Funding Amount 323900
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects