Low-complexity robust adaptive wideband beamforming without tapped delay-lines or sensor delay-lines
What is it about?
This paper provides a novel beamformer without tapped delay-lines (TDLs) or sensor delay-lines (SDLs). It treats one wideband signal from a direction as multiple narrowband signals from an angular sector.
Why is it important?
Eliminating the TDLs and SDLs leads to a simpler system and lower computational complexity. Moreover, it outperforms traditional wideband beamforming methods in the case of limited snapshots or high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
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