Research Topic

On Advancements in Communication-Radar Co-existence

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One of the efficient ways to tackle spectrum paucity is shared spectrum access, that will aid in paving the way for the evolution of the particularly complex ecosystem of the 5th Generation NR. Recently, more flexible spectrum usage with regards to scalable services for the IoT platform has attracted substantial attention, which motivates us to focus on communication-radar (Com-Rad) designs. Among the many research directions, this call mainly focuses on two approaches: i) Com-Rad coexistence (CRC) and ii) Dual-function Com-Rad (DFCR). Accordingly, the aim of the first category of research is to develop efficient algorithms and beamforming techniques, such that both systems can harmoniously exist without interfering with each other’s operation. Note that this is in contrary to traditional cognitive radio (CR) research as in CRC the licensed link involves a radar application with a fundamentally different function and key performance metrics, which make the joint design of the two systems challenging. On the other hand, the main aim of the DFCR design is on developing novel techniques for a single hardware platform that can simultaneously perform wireless communication and remote sensing, thus not only improving spectrum utilization efficiency, but also reducing cost of infrastructure development. This type of work will be the cornerstone for future IoT devices, including driverless vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) communications, and indoor positioning for personal robots, like vacuum cleaners. This research topic aims at catalyzing new technologies by bringing together contribution from researchers from academia and industry towards disruptive solutions for enabling communications in the radar spectrum and making radar applications a commodity.

Accordingly, we invite high-quality original research papers that include, but are not limited to, the following topics.

• Opportunistic spectrum sharing between radar and communication devices in Driverless vehicle and UAV network
• New architectures and communication protocols for cellular radar coexistence
• Spectrum analysis and management of radar and communication devices in IoT networks
• Information theoretic analysis of communication radar coexistence
• Interference mitigation and exploitation techniques for communication radar coexistence
• Performance analysis of communication radar coexistence
• Design and analysis of dual-functional communication radar devices
• Dual-function future waveforms for Communication-Radar operation
• Radar Waveform Optimization for a Cooperative Radar-Communications System
• Waveform design and Matched Filter design for Joint Communication-Radar
• Effect of imperfections in channel state information and hardware on dual-functional communication radar
• Joint transceiver design for dual-functional communication radar
• Energy efficient transceiver design in dual-functional communication radar, including energy harvesting approaches.
• Analysis of security in dual-functional communication radar
• Dual-functional communication radar in mmWave bands
• Coexistence with Wi-Fi for indoor positioning and target detection for indoor IoT appliances
• Simultaneous communication and sensing for driverless vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
• Spectrum sharing and coordination between UAV and ground BSs
• Physical layer security and techniques in wireless networks with UAVs
• AI/ML Algorithms for CRC and DFCR in 5G network
• Regulatory schemes for CRC and DFCR in 5G network


Keywords: Spectrum sharing, Multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO), IoT, 5G cellular system, resource allocation


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

One of the efficient ways to tackle spectrum paucity is shared spectrum access, that will aid in paving the way for the evolution of the particularly complex ecosystem of the 5th Generation NR. Recently, more flexible spectrum usage with regards to scalable services for the IoT platform has attracted substantial attention, which motivates us to focus on communication-radar (Com-Rad) designs. Among the many research directions, this call mainly focuses on two approaches: i) Com-Rad coexistence (CRC) and ii) Dual-function Com-Rad (DFCR). Accordingly, the aim of the first category of research is to develop efficient algorithms and beamforming techniques, such that both systems can harmoniously exist without interfering with each other’s operation. Note that this is in contrary to traditional cognitive radio (CR) research as in CRC the licensed link involves a radar application with a fundamentally different function and key performance metrics, which make the joint design of the two systems challenging. On the other hand, the main aim of the DFCR design is on developing novel techniques for a single hardware platform that can simultaneously perform wireless communication and remote sensing, thus not only improving spectrum utilization efficiency, but also reducing cost of infrastructure development. This type of work will be the cornerstone for future IoT devices, including driverless vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) communications, and indoor positioning for personal robots, like vacuum cleaners. This research topic aims at catalyzing new technologies by bringing together contribution from researchers from academia and industry towards disruptive solutions for enabling communications in the radar spectrum and making radar applications a commodity.

Accordingly, we invite high-quality original research papers that include, but are not limited to, the following topics.

• Opportunistic spectrum sharing between radar and communication devices in Driverless vehicle and UAV network
• New architectures and communication protocols for cellular radar coexistence
• Spectrum analysis and management of radar and communication devices in IoT networks
• Information theoretic analysis of communication radar coexistence
• Interference mitigation and exploitation techniques for communication radar coexistence
• Performance analysis of communication radar coexistence
• Design and analysis of dual-functional communication radar devices
• Dual-function future waveforms for Communication-Radar operation
• Radar Waveform Optimization for a Cooperative Radar-Communications System
• Waveform design and Matched Filter design for Joint Communication-Radar
• Effect of imperfections in channel state information and hardware on dual-functional communication radar
• Joint transceiver design for dual-functional communication radar
• Energy efficient transceiver design in dual-functional communication radar, including energy harvesting approaches.
• Analysis of security in dual-functional communication radar
• Dual-functional communication radar in mmWave bands
• Coexistence with Wi-Fi for indoor positioning and target detection for indoor IoT appliances
• Simultaneous communication and sensing for driverless vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
• Spectrum sharing and coordination between UAV and ground BSs
• Physical layer security and techniques in wireless networks with UAVs
• AI/ML Algorithms for CRC and DFCR in 5G network
• Regulatory schemes for CRC and DFCR in 5G network


Keywords: Spectrum sharing, Multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO), IoT, 5G cellular system, resource allocation


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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20 October 2020 Abstract
15 May 2021 Manuscript

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15 May 2021 Manuscript

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