In this paper, we study the performance of multiple signal classification (MUSIC) in computational time-reversal (TR) applications. The analysis builds upon classical results on first-order perturbation of singular value decomposition. The closed form of mean-squared error (MSE) matrix of TR-MUSIC is derived for the single-frequency case in both multistatic co-located and non co-located scenarios. The proposed analysis is compared with Cramér-Rao lower-bound (CRLB), and it is exploited for comparison of TR-MUSIC when linear and (nonlinear) multiple-scattering is present. Finally, a numerical analysis is provided to confirm the theoretical findings.

Performance analysis of time-reversal MUSIC

Ciuonzo, Domenico
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Romano, Gianmarco;Solimene, Raffaele
2015

Abstract

In this paper, we study the performance of multiple signal classification (MUSIC) in computational time-reversal (TR) applications. The analysis builds upon classical results on first-order perturbation of singular value decomposition. The closed form of mean-squared error (MSE) matrix of TR-MUSIC is derived for the single-frequency case in both multistatic co-located and non co-located scenarios. The proposed analysis is compared with Cramér-Rao lower-bound (CRLB), and it is exploited for comparison of TR-MUSIC when linear and (nonlinear) multiple-scattering is present. Finally, a numerical analysis is provided to confirm the theoretical findings.
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