3 years ago

On-Grid DOA Estimation Method Using Orthogonal Matching Pursuit.

Abhishek Aich, P.Palanisamy

Direction of Arrival (DOA) estimation of multiple narrow-band coherent or partially coherent sources is a major challenge in array signal processing. Though many subspace- based algorithms are available in literature, none of them tackle the problem of resolving coherent sources directly, e.g. without modifying the sample data covariance matrix. Compressive Sensing (CS) based sparse recovery algorithms are being applied as a novel technique to this area. In this paper, we introduce Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP) to the DOA estimation problem. We demonstrate how a DOA estimation problem can be modelled for sparse recovery problem and then exploited using OMP to obtain the set of DOAs. Moreover, this algorithm uses only one snapshot to obtain the results. The simulation results demonstrate the validity and advantages of using OMP algorithm over the existing subspace- based algorithms.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1705.05211

DOI: arXiv:1705.05211v2

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