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In the coming years, it is expected that Long and Short Range Road vehicle radars (LRR, SRR) will all operate at millimeter wave. In several regions of the world, a one GHz bandwidth was selected between 76 and 77 GHz for LRR. To obtain a very high distance resolution for applications like brake-assist and pre-crash, SRR need an even larger bandwidth. Hence, a 4 GHz bandwidth was allocated to provide precise radial range information of objects with a range separation of approximately 5 cm to 10 cm. Directions of the targets are obtained using two or more separate sensors associated to localization techniques. The purpose of this paper concerns a simulation and experimental evaluation of an Impulse Radio, Ultra Wide Band (IR-UWB) vehicle localization system.
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