SCANR doctoral research team - Signal, Communication, Antenna and Navigation, Radar

The ISAE SUPAERO/ONERA Signal, Communication, Antennas, Navigation and Radar (SCANR) research group is affiliated with the doctoral school of Mathematics, Informatics, Telecommunications (MITT). The SCANR team includes researchers from ISAE-SUPAERO and ONERA.

The team conducts research in the field of signal processing and antenna processing for radar applications, satellite navigation and satellite communications.

The main research areas are:

  • Adaptive antennas: electromagnetic modelling and characterization of antenna networks, spatio temporal filtering (bundle formation, anti-jamming, signal location and detection.
  • Robust methods for navigation in constrained environments: development of navigation in challenging environments (urban canyons, indoors, multi-path), in particular thanks to hybrid data acquisition and sensor fusion (ie GNSS and INS or vision).
  • Optimization of radio-electrical resources for satellite telecommunications: Ka band propagation models, adaptive coding-modulation schemes, flexibility and frequency reuse mechanisms.

Research is conducted in partnership with:

  • companies within the Thales Groupe (Thales Alenia Space, Thales Airborne System, Thales Avionics),
  • with support from CNES and DGA, in collaboration with IRIT, the LAPLACE laboratory and different European universities.
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