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Performance Analysis of Existing Direction of Arrival Algorithms for Various Mobile Sources and Antenna Elements

Yashoda B.S, Dr. K.R. Nataraj, , ,
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Ph.D Research Scholar1 Jain University, Bangalore, India.
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Abstract
In today’s world the number of mobile users is increasing day by day with the limited capacity there is a need for intelligent techniques that can provide same QOS (Quality of Service) across mobile users. In this paper existing methods namely Bartlett Method, Maximum Likelihood and MUSIC (Multiple Signal Classification) Method are described and simulated for various combinations of antenna elements and mobile separation configurations.


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Yashoda B.S et.al, “Performance Analysis of Existing Direction of Arrival Algorithms for Various Mobile Sources and Antenna Elements”, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(2):33-37, February-2017.


Keywords : MUSIC, QOS, DOA

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