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Adaptable Integrated Sensing and Communication for UAV-Empowered 6G Networks
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  • Yan Yang,
  • jianwei zhao,
  • Feifei Gao,
  • Weimin Jia,
  • Di Mu
Yan Yang
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jianwei zhao
Tsinghua University
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Feifei Gao
Tsinghua University
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Weimin Jia
High-Tech Institute of Xi'an
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Di Mu
Beijing Institute of Radio Measurement
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Integrated sensing and communication (ISAC) is a promising technique for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-empowered 6G networks. In this letter, we propose a novel adaptable ISAC mechanism. Firstly, we investigate both the communication and sensing channel model under Doppler and beam-squint effect for the UAV ISAC with the wideband massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) configuration. Then, we propose an adaptive sensing method by the joint designing the signal echo sensing and beam-squint sensing under practical environment. Specifically, when the echo power is larger than the minimum detectable power, the proposed method could realize the effective sensing by utilizing the system model without feedback. Otherwise, the proposed method could exploit the beam-squint for sensing with the feedback of the sub-carrier index. Finally, various simulation results are provided to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed scheme.
25 Jan 2024Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending
25 Jan 2024Editorial Decision: Accept