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Radar and Communication Spectrum Sharing. Electromagnetics and Radar

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Radar and Communication Spectrum Sharing addresses the growing conflict over use of the radio-frequency spectrum by different systems, such as civil and security applications of radar and consumer use for wireless communications. The increasing demand for this finite resource is driving innovation into new ways in which these diverse systems can cohabit the spectrum.

The book provides a broad survey of recent and ongoing work on the topic of spectrum sharing, with an emphasis on identifying the technology gaps for practical realization and the regulatory and measurement compliance aspects of this problem space. The introductory section sets the scene, making the case for spectrum access and reviewing spectrum use, congestion, lessons learned, ways forward and research areas.

The book then covers system engineering perspectives, the issues involved with addressing interference, and radar/communication co-design strategies. With contributions from an international panel of experts, this book is essential reading for researchers, engineers and advanced students in radar, communications, navigation, and electronic warfare whose work is impacted by spectrum engineering requirements.

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- Part 1: The Big Picture
- Chapter 1: The case for spectrum access
- Chapter 2: The spectrum crunch - a radar perspective
- Chapter 3: Spectrum sharing between radar & small-cells
- Chapter 4: Radar spectrum sharing: history, lessons learned, and ways forward
- Chapter 5: Spectrum use, congestion, issues, and research areas at radio frequencies

- Part 2: Systems Engineering Perspectives
- Chapter 6: Spectrally efficient communications & radar
- Chapter 7: Passive bistatic radar for spectrum sharing
- Chapter 8: Symbiosis for Communications, Broadcasting and Sensor Systems in the White Space TV Band
- Chapter 9: Fusion of radar sensing, data communications, and GPS interoperability via software-defined OFDM architecture
- Chapter 10: Adaptive RF multi-interference suppression for radar/wireless-communication wideband receivers
- Chapter 11: Transmitter architectures for radar/communication spectral coexistence
- Chapter 12: Adaptively reconfigurable radar: joint real-time optimization of the transmitter amplifier & waveforms

- Part 3: Addressing Interference
- Chapter 13: Radar/Wi-Fi spectrum sharing: Evaluation of Radar Protection Regions
- Chapter 14: Spectrum Sharing via interference tolerant transform domain waveform design
- Chapter 15: Radar Bandwidth Optimization for Interference Mitigation
- Chapter 16: Compressed sensing & interference occupancy monitoring for spectrum sharing in spectrally dense environments
- Chapter 17: Radar waveform design for spectral coexistence
- Chapter 18: Space-time transmit nulling for RF spectrum interoperability

- Part 4: Radar/Communication Co-Design
- Chapter 19: Communication & Radar Co-Design
- Chapter 20: Real-time radar/communication spectrum sharing based on information exchange
- Chapter 21: Embedding Communication symbols in radar clutter on an intra-pulse basis
- Chapter 22: Dual-function radar-communications using sidelobe control
- Chapter 23: Embedding communications into radar emissions by transmit waveform diversity
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Shannon D. Blunt Professor.
University of Kansas, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department, USA.

Shannon Blunt is a Professor in the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department at the University of Kansas. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Aerospace & Electronic Systems, on the Editorial Board for IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, and as Conferences Committee Chair for the IEEE Radar Systems Panel. He was General Chair and Technical Co-Chair of the 2011 and 2018 IEEE Radar Conferences, respectively. He received a Young Investigator Award from the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research in 2008, the IEEE/AESS Nathanson Memorial Radar Award in 2012, and was elevated to IEEE Fellow in 2016.

Erik S. Perrins Professor.
University of Kansas, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department, USA.

Erik Perrins is a Professor in the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department at the University of Kansas. He currently serves as Area Editor for IEEE Transactions on Communications for modulation and signal design, as Vice-Chair of the IEEE Communication Theory Technical Committee, and Co-Organizer for the 2018 IEEE Communication Theory Workshop. He also was Co-Chair of the 2012 IEEE GlobeCom Conference and Co-Chair of the 2009 IEEE International Communications Conference. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.

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