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In many situations, there exist plenty of spatial and temporal redundancies in original signals. Based on this observation, a novel Turbo Bayesian Compressed Sensing (TBCS) algorithm is proposed to provide an efficient approach to transfer and incorporate this redundant information for joint sparse signal reconstruction. As a case study, the TBCS algorithm is applied in Ultra-Wideband (UWB) systems. A space-time TBCS structure is developed for exploiting and incorporating the spatial and temporal a priori information for space-time signal reconstruction. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed TBCS algorithm achieves much better performance with only a few measurements in the presence of noise, compared with the traditional Bayesian Compressed Sensing (BCS) and multitask BCS algorithms.


This article has been funded by the University of Tennessee's Open Publishing Support Fund.

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