Remarks on the Cramer-Rao Inequality for Doppler-Based Target Parameter Estimation
This paper outlines the problem of multi-static Doppler-based target position and velocity estimation. The Fisher information matrix is derived given a separate target illuminator and then given a target-based isotropic signal emission. Some remarks concerning the Cramer-Rao inequality and its relationship to the estimation problem are given. Some results concerning the placement of the receivers are given and some open problems are discussed.
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