Mutual- and Self-Interference of Radars: Analyses and Solutions
DAY3 | March 21, 2017
15:50-17:50 | Place: Conference Room

15:50 TU5-1 A Novel Technique for Interference Mitigation in OFDM Radar using Compressed Sensing Benjamin Nuss, Leen Sit and Thomas Zwick (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
16:10 TU5-2 Interference of Chirp Sequence Radars by OFDM Radars at 77 GHz Christina Knill, Jonathan Bechter and Christian Waldschmidt (Ulm University, Germany)
16:30 TU5-3 Electric-Field Visualization Technique for Evaluating Radiation from Automotive Millimeter-Wave Radar Koki Yamaguchi (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan)
16:50 TU5-4 Bias Angle Error Self-Correction for Automotive Applications Using Phased Array Radars Installed Behind Bumpers Koichiro Suzuki and Chiharu Yamano (Denso IT Laboratory, Inc., Japan), Yasuyuki Miyake and Takayuki Kitamura (DENSO, Japan)
17:10 TU5-5 Influence of Vibrations on the Signals of Automotive Integrated Radar Sensors Florian Hau and Florian Baumgaertner (Daimler AG, Germany), Martin Vossiek (LHFT, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
17:30 TU5-6 Analysis of Leakage in a 77-GHz Quasi Circulator based Transceiver with Time Division IQ Switching Matthias Porranzl (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria), Christoph Wagner (Danube Integrated Circuit Engineering (DICE), Linz, Austria), Herbert Jäger (Danube Integrated Circuit Engineering, Austria), Andreas Stelzer (Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria)