A complex signal demodulation technique is proposed to eliminate the null detection point problem in noncontact vital sign detection. This technique is robust against DC offset in direct conversion system. Based on the complex signal demodulation, a random body movement cancellation technique is developed to cancel out strong noise caused by random body movement in non-contact vital sign monitoring. Multiple transceivers and antennas with polarization and frequency multiplexing are used to detect signals from different body orientations. The noise due to random body movement is cancelled out based on different patterns of the desired and undesired signals. Experiments by highly compact 5-6 GHz portable radar systems have been performed to verify these two techniques.