Hello, Nice job with the DoA. I have a question: Given that the system has 5 receive antennas, what is the maximum number of different targets the kraken SDR can detect at the same time?
For example the MUSIC algorithm can detect N-1 targets with N to be the numbers of antennas, however in this line I can see that the MUSIC is looking for 1 target.
If you set it greater than N-1, the behaviour will probably totally fall apart as then it will produce false peaks.
If there are multiple true non-correlated sources, and you set the source to 1, or lower than the number of sources, then depending on how much of each signal appeared in the collected frame of data for processing, it could lock to either signal, with a preference to the stronger one, but with some skew introduced by the other signals deponing on how much of a mix of signals there are in that frame, and their relative strengths.
This is really cool, I remember vaguely that there was supposed to be a feature to track multiple signals on differing frequencies as long as they were within the bandwidth? Is that feature ready yet? I have a few fox sources that will be simultaneously transmitting only a few hundred khz apart.