I am working on noise processes in electronic devices for my studies, by now Ive been doing a fairly large amount of processing of time measurements, like calculate PSD, estimate thermal, flicker noise, noise filtering, etc. s I would like to get into the more theoretical aspect of noise, and noise analysis in the time domain, because sporadically I see a strange behaviour in the signal and was thinking that maybe some statistical methods could help improve the estimation of the magnitude Im trying to obtain.
I have a reasonable background in probability and statistics, I feel confident with RV, distributions, derived distributions, moments.
Looking for books that could help me start from there (not too basic or advanced), I found RM Gray book "Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing". There doesnt seem to be many other options, I also saw Hayes book but its more for digital systems. By now Im focusing on analog signals.
Ive been trying to read this book a lot, and I hate to say this, because Im really grateful for people writing books to help others but at least for me it has been really bad. It puts a lot of attention on mathematical oddities. From a formal point view probably it is very elegant, but it feels frustrating to have to read a 100 pages for the definitions of a probability space, random variables and random processes.
Do you have any other recommendation? Thanks!