Raw ADC data from FMCW radar at 77 GHz with interference

Citation Author(s):
Luis A.
Universidade de Vigo
García Sánchez
Universidade de Vigo
Technische Universiteit Delft
Oleg A.
Technische Universiteit Delft
Submitted by:
Luis Lopez Valcarcel
Last updated:
Sun, 07/02/2023 - 15:49
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In the attached dataset, a continuous record of 2493 chirp-sequence FMCW radar burst is presented. The data consist of the direct ADC output of an AWR1443BOOST radar board from Texas Instruments during 47.37 s of continuous operation. During this time, two FMCW radars of the model AWR1642BOOST were continuously transmitting sweeps with its main lobe aimed towards the first radar. This produces the apparition of two different uncorrelated interferences at the victim radar side, which can be seen on different indexes of the provided capture. The scenario of the measurements was mostly static, with a small drone of the model DJI Mini 2 flying back and forth in the field of view of the victim radar. The raw data can be used to test interference mitigation techniques.


The dataset itself is provided in the attached file "radarData.mat". It only contains the variable "radarData", with double precision and 4 dimensions. Respectively:

-Rx channel: 1-4.

-Sample number (fast time): 1-512.

-Sweep number (slow time): 1-128.

-Burst number: 1-2493.

The video file "Measurement reference.mp4" contains a 4x accelerated animation of the captured data at channel 2 after range-Doppler processing. It is shown in parallel to the results of applying 5 different interference mitigation techniques.

To make full use of the dataset, please refer to the attached documentation, where the configuration of the different radars can be found.


It is a quite good dataset. Do you have measurements without Aggressor radars so that that can be used as a ground truth... If you can share the measurements without Aggressor radars, that would be of really great help.

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