I'm working this summer on a very interesting, albeit difficult to understand at 100 %, project and it turns around reducing the glare effect than could be applied on a receiver when he gets signals coming from two emitters sending $X(t)$ (more energy for this signal compared to the other) and $s(t)$ (much weaker).
Let me put it in other words.
The receiver gets a signal mixture $Y(t)=H(t)*X(t)+g(t)*s(t)$ but we don't know $H$ nor $X$ nor $g$ nor $s$ nor the frequencies of the emitted signals. The only thing we know is $Y(t)$ and the fact that their spectra are dissociated in the best cases.
A picture speaks a thousand words, so...
Basically, the signal $X(t)$ overpowers $s(t)$. So I was thinking of a way to get the $s(t)$ and the $X(t)$ and with the few info I've gotten, I couldn't implement the generic solutions. However, I still have one card which is the FASTICA but that would suppose having many samples of "mixed " signal to extract the two important signals. What do you think about it? I'm open to any software and/or mechanic suggestion.
I've read an interesting paper on this but they were talking about the near-far effect for GPS signals. Thanks for the help!!