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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Efficient signal processing in MIMO radarsSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; TARCHI DarioContributions to Conferences
2012EPPUR SI MUOVE….Melissa, radar del JRC e gli altri sistemi per il monitoraggio dei movimenti della Costa ConcordiaFERRARO DI SILVI E CASTIGLIONE Guido; OLIVERI Franco; SAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; TARCHI DarioArticles in Journals
2010GB-SAR and MIMO radars: alternative ways of forming a synthetic apertureSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; TARCHI Dario; OLIVERI FrancoContributions to Conferences
2013MIMO radar and Ground-Based SAR imaging systems: equivalent approaches for remote sensingTARCHI Dario; OLIVERI Franco; SAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCOArticles in Journals
2011MIMO radar topology: a systematic approach to the placement of the antennasSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; TARCHI Dario; BAKER Christopher J.Contributions to Conferences
2009MIMO radar: from a different perspectiveBAKER Christopher J.; GRIFFITHS Hugh D.; SAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCOContributions to Conferences
2011Phase compensation and processing in multiple-input–multiple-output radarsSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; TARCHI Dario; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; OLIVERI Franco; GIULIANI RAIMONDOArticles in Journals
2009Radar techniques for human gait automatic recognitionFORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; SAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCOContributions to Conferences
2010Range-angle dependent waveformSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; BAKER Christopher John; GRIFFITHS Hugh D.Contributions to Conferences
2010Space and frequency diversity for moving personnel spectrogram estimationSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; FORTUNY GUASCH JoaquimContributions to Conferences
2011Wireless interference effects in MIMO radarSAMMARTINO PIER FRANCESCO; BALDINI Gianmarco; TARCHI DarioContributions to Conferences
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