A new concept directed towards the location of an object within a sector of space is introduced, by using a combination of the properties associated with directional modulation when implemented on a circular antenna array. In particular, we show that a circular antenna array can be made to project orthogonal data streams on orthogonal spatial beams and through this process create a temporal and spatial interference pattern that can be used for target location. This is demonstrated by way of simulation of a two beam sixteen element circular antenna array carrying QPSK data.
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Abbasi, M. A. B. (Creator), Queen's University Belfast, 04 Mar 2019