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When walking toward an ultrasonic sonar, a person generates a Doppler signature in the same way that a car does when it moves toward a traffic enforcement radar. Because we each swing our arms, legs, and torso in a unique way as we walk, micro-Doppler sonar data can be used for human recognition and detection. This Demonstration simulates the response of a micro-Doppler sonar to the motion of 19 key body parts as a person walks toward the sonar. The human motion portion of the simulation is based on [1].

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