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Theme Under this acronym, the MIMO concepts were first introduced in wireless communications field with two main goals: ??To increase the data-rate throughput with same power / bandwidth; ??Robustness to fading due to multiple paths, even take benefit of multiple paths. At the beginning of the new millennium, the Radar community has elaborated on this concept in two variants, which may be combined together: ??The ``coherent MIMO'' where the transmission and reception antennas are co-located. The word ``coherent'' means that the extent of the array is smaller than the diffraction lobe of the target, so that coherent spatial integration can be performed. The co-location of the transmission and reception antennas clusters is generally a sufficient condition to fulfill this. ??The ``statistical MIMO'' were the antennas are spread over wider areas, and may operate on transmission, reception, or both. Unlike the previous case, this configuration allows spatial diversity. ??For short range applications (eg imaging), use of sparse arrays, generally combined with Ultra-Wide Band signals optimisation of the point spread function of the sensor. The practical use of these concepts is now enabled by the emergence of active array antennas. Indeed, an active array antenna is no longer a component whose characteristics are fixed at the design stage but may be arranged in multiple sub-apertures, separately configurable. For example, it can be used to transmit simultaneously multiple waveforms in different directions. These concepts have been shown to be applicable in sonar as well, and medical imaging is another possible application area. On the borders of MIMO systems, the availability of broadband communications, global positioning and ultra-precise time references enables the networking of ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ? Metro : ligne 6 (Corvisart) ? RER : ligne B (Denfert-Rochereau) puis metro ligne 6 (direction Nation) ? Bus : ligne 62 (Vergniaud), 21 (Daviel) ou 67 (Bobillot) Registration information See registration form overleaf SEE 17 rue de l'Amiral Hamelin - 75783 Paris Cedex 16 Tel : +33 (0)1 56 90 37 09 Fax : +33 (0)1 56 90 37 19 e-mail : HYPERLINK "mailto:catherine.vannier@see.asso.fr" catherine.vannier@see.asso.fr - web :www.see.asso.fr Thursday 10th of November 2011 from 08h45 to 17h00 Telecom ParisTech 46 rue Barrault - Paris 13ieme Preliminary Programme 8h45 9h30 9h45 10h20 10h55 11h15 11h50 12h30 13h30 14h05 14h40 15h15 15h50 16h15 Registration Welcome and Introduction - chair S. Kemkemian MIMO and other applications Through the wall radar imaging with MIMO Radar, B. Boudamouz, (ONERA FR) RADOCA System A Compact/Low-Cost Coherent MIMO Radar for Security Applications, F. Belfiori, (TU DELFT NL) Coffee/Tea Break Single/Multiple Antennas Interference Cancellation for Alamouti-based MISO/MIMO systems, F. Dupuy et P. Chevalier (Thales COM FR) Titre a venir, M. Debba, (Supelec FR), tbc Lunch Coherent MIMO Some relevant applications of MIMO to radar, Marc Lesturgie (ONERA, FR) Application to airborne radars, Cyril Enderli (Thales Systemes Aeroportes, FR) D. Poullin (ONERA, FR) MIMO radar exists, I met it, G. Desodt (TR6, FR) Coffee/Tea Break Round table and conclusions REGISTRATION FORM Thursday 10th of November 2011 Register on-line at HYPERLINK http://www.see.asso.fr www.see.asso.fr or please complete and return this form to: SEE - 17 rue de l'Amiral Hamelin - 75783 Paris Cedex 16 - Tel: +33 (0)1 56 90 37 09 Fax: +33 (0)1 56 90 37 19 Family name (in block capitals) and First name : Company : Address : Job title: _____________________________________________ Tel : Fax : Email : FEE (VAT 19,6% included) (fee includes registration for the conference, lunch and a copy of the proceedings) RATES Non Member 155.00 ? Member SEE or IEEE, Academic non Member 115.00 ? Academic Member SEE or IEEE 85.00 ? Student , Retired people (lunch, refreshment) 35 ? Authors 55 ? PAYMENT ( by check made payable to SEE ( by bank transfer made payable to SEE, with no charge for the beneficiary (please attach a copy) Bank address : BNP Paribas - Associations- 37-39 rue d'Anjou - 75008 Paris Code Banque Guichet N? de compte RIB 30004 00274 00010336242 58 (frais bancaires a votre charge) ( by bank transfer SWIFT Code BNPA FRP PPAA ( Credit card (Eurocard/Mastercard, American Express, Visa, Carte Bleue, Diners Club International) Card n? Expiry date signature/authorisation General information : SEE - 17 rue de l'Amiral Hamelin, 75783 PARIS Cedex 16 - Tel : +33 (0)1 56 90 37 09 - Fax : +33 (0)1 56 90 37 19 email : HYPERLINK "mailto:catherine.vannier@see.asso.fr" catherine.vannier@see.asso.fr ( For any cancellation made after 8th of November 2011, the full conference fee will be payable (pour les participants francais, une convention de formation est disponible sur simple demande). One-day Seminar MiMO detection : myth or reality?