## What is/are Mimo Imaging?

Mimo Imaging - This paper proposes a method for estimating and compensating the array errors of wideband MIMO imaging radar based on multiple prominent targets.^{[1]}Optical LO distribution enables larger apertures and hence higher angular resolution for MIMO imaging radars.

^{[2]}To solve this problem, a real-time image processing software architecture for MIMO imaging radar algorithm is designed and carried out based on TMS320C6678 DSP of Texas Instruments (TI), which is the highest-performance fixed/floating-point DSP based on TI's KeyStone multicore architecture.

^{[3]}At present, pattern theory is usually utilised to evaluate the azimuth imaging indicator of the MIMO imaging radar system.

^{[4]}MIMO imaging has been proved as a high-resolution imaging method with a few number of antennas.

^{[5]}This article proposes a practical and effective approach for calibrating a polarimetric near field MIMO imaging radar using only two simple passive targets.

^{[6]}The applied 3D-MIMO imaging and change detection algorithms are presented, and the capability to detect and separate the respiration and heart signal of two human subjects is shown.

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## mimo imaging radar

This paper proposes a method for estimating and compensating the array errors of wideband MIMO imaging radar based on multiple prominent targets.^{[1]}Optical LO distribution enables larger apertures and hence higher angular resolution for MIMO imaging radars.

^{[2]}To solve this problem, a real-time image processing software architecture for MIMO imaging radar algorithm is designed and carried out based on TMS320C6678 DSP of Texas Instruments (TI), which is the highest-performance fixed/floating-point DSP based on TI's KeyStone multicore architecture.

^{[3]}At present, pattern theory is usually utilised to evaluate the azimuth imaging indicator of the MIMO imaging radar system.

^{[4]}This article proposes a practical and effective approach for calibrating a polarimetric near field MIMO imaging radar using only two simple passive targets.

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