The Through Wall Imaging Radar (TWIR) is the result of a great collaboration between Dr. Gregory L. Charvat, Dr. Tyler Ralston, and I. Based on the thesis work of both Dr. Charvat and Dr. Ralston, TWIR is a situational awareness tool providing 10Hz image rates of the target scene. Check out the following links to various publications for more details:

Best paper award: 2010 Tri Services Radar Symposium 

J. E. Peabody, G. L. Charvat, J. Goodwin, and M. Tobias, “A real-time through-wall imaging system” MIT Lincoln Laboratory Journal, June 2012.

G. L. Charvat, J. Goodwin, M. Tobias, J. Pozderac, and J. Peabody “A real-time through-wall radar system using a time division multiplexed (TDM) multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna array; measured results and performance” Atlanta, GA: IEEE Radar Conference, May 2012.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory News: Seeing Through Walls

Real-time through-wall imaging using an ultrawideband multipleinput multiple-output (MIMO) phased array radar system

Real-time Through-wall Imaging with an Ultrawideband Radar System

A real-time through-wall imaging system