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signal construction based on cross correlation

Consider we have to design a signal $ \mathbf{x} \in \mathbb{C}^{1_{} \times N_{\mathrm{}}} $ that needs to have the lowest correlation with an unknown signal $\mathbf{y} \in \mathbb{C}^{1_{} \times ...
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Expected value of a quantized noisy signal

I am given a noisy signal $y(t) = x(t) + w(t)$, where $x(t)$ is my desired signal and $w(t)$ is the noise. In my scenario, the noise is very strong, much stronger than the desired signal $x(t)$. ...
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Detection of a Pulse pattern with Matched filter

I am working on a hobby transmitter-receiver project. Presence of 4 pulses in T seconds is regarded as 1(not any number of pulses, should match below): lack of pulses during that T seconds is ...
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How does Signal Analyzer measure EVM

I understand that EVM is a root mean square of error vectors. If I have transmitted symbols and received symbols (once equalized), taking a root mean square would give me EVM. I believe this is actual ...
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Sub-Band Extraction Techniques for Complex (I/Q) Signal

There is an application which processes Complex I/Q signal of 100 MHz bandwidth and it is required to extract independent sub-bands from this bandwidth at different center frequencies and bandwidths. ...
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mathematical expression to detect modulated data within a vector

Assume I have such modulated data which is, for example, $x=0.7+0.7i$. That modulated data is encapsulated in a vector as below: OR where $c$ is any constant number, let’s say, for example: $c=0.7$ ...
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Determining the average probability of error

I'm trying to solve the following problem: In a binary PAM system, the input to the detector is $$y_m = a_m+n_m+i_m$$ where $a_m = \pm1$ is the desired signal, $n_m$ is a zero-mean Gaussian random ...
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What is the difference between object detection and target detection? Are they the same thing?

I was reading some articles regarding object detection and target detection and have a hard time understanding the difference between object detection and target detection. i want to know whether they ...
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Autocorrelation function of a triangular wave

I am interested to find the analytical expression for the autocorrelation function of a signal that comprises triangular pulses. I have followed the derivation in "Statistical Theory of ...
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Best way to compare audible alarms

I'm working on an alarm recognition program in MATLAB in which multiple reference audio samples of different alarms would be recorded. Afterwards, the program would sample every so often and compare ...
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Property of the trace and expectation

I'm reading the paper Model-Driven Deep Learning for Joint MIMO Channel Estimation and Signal Detection by Hengtao He, Chao-Kai Wen, Shi Jin, and Geoffrey Ye Li on Orthogonal Approximate Message ...
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What does minimum entropy deconvolution mean?

I want to use minimum entropy deconvolution method to analyse vibration signals to detect bearing characteristic fault frequencies. I am confused as to what the meaning or exact definition of minimum ...
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Signal Estimation after detection Part 2

I have a binary information source signal $s(t)$ that is corrupted by additive White Gaussian noise $w(t)$ at a particular SNR. The received signal is: $$x(t) = s(t) + w(t)$$ Then I have created a ...
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Doubt: Signal detection in noise Part 1

I have a confusion regarding the matched filter detection technique. I have a binary information source signal $s(t)$ that is corrupted by additive White Gaussian noise $w(t)$ at a particular SNR. The ...
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How can I implement a phase detection algorithm with my amplitude detection?

I have been recently working on a signal detection problem in Matlab. At the minute I am detecting signals based on their amplitude, using an m-of-n detector. I am interested in improving the false ...
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If a function has slowly varying amplitude and phase what is the bandwidth of the amplitude and phase individually?

I am dealing with time histories that are narrow band with slowly varying amplitude and phase. I wish to extract the amplitude and phase but there is noise on the time history. An example of the type ...
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Why use both packet detection and symbol timing offset in WLAN 802.11?

In IEEE 802.11 Wlan, at the receiver side, we first use packets detection algorithm to detect the start of the packets, and then uses fine symbol timing estimation algorithm to find the start of the ...
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Blind STBC question

I am working on blind identification of the physical layer parameters of a particular protocol. Everything was going well until I got to the MIMO part. The system contains two transmitter antennas and ...
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How can I automate the calculation for P and I coefficients of an FPGA-based digital PLL?

I am working on designing an FPGA-based PLL through an NI myRI0-1900 FPGA and LabVIEW software. I have been able to create a functioning PLL with a PI loop filter, and but I found functioning P and I ...
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Finding arbitrary/random repetitive patterns in signals (both self and across two signals)

I am trying to figure out a direction for my research. I need to find random repetitive patterns between two signals and on each individual signal. I have read about FFT and time series-motif ...
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Fast ICA : recover the sources with their mean after prewhitening

I want to apply the FastICA algorithm on a certain dataset. I believe the sources the Fast ICA can recover are able to explain other data as well (in similar way to factor analysis). However, I also ...
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How to make 2 finger rake receiver to counter intersymbol inferference?

I have to transmit Walsh sequence (spreading codes) modulated with 8 psk with a channel impaired by intersymbol interferences, fast fading . Suppose i have a stream of data for instance 1 0 1 1, 0 0 0 ...
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Understanding kurtogram parameters

I am about to understand a kurtogram, and don't understand what means the value of "K" (presented in table 1),or especially why takes values of 1.6 ; 2.6 ; 3.6 etc. Other question is how do ...
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Complex signals is the same as natural signal

I am working using a sinuasidal signal along with the complex signal derived form it and when I plot the signals spectrum using FFT I got the same spectrum and it turns out that the signals are the ...
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two dimensional integration of a trigonometric function

I am working on a detection problem which finally, I have to solve the following 2-D integral: $$\int\limits_{a}^{b} \int\limits_{c}^{d}e^{A\sin(x)\cos(y-B)}\, \mathrm{d}x \, \mathrm{d}y \ ,$$ where $...
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Effect of One Sample Latency in Audio Application

I am dealing with a customized processor that has a processing latency of one sample (20.8 microseconds) at 48kHz Sampling rate . What I would like to know is ...does this latency of one sample have ...
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Testing if a signal contains a specific previously recorded signal

I am working on a project that converts radio data and transcribes it into text looking for specific types of radio chatter. For most of the time, the radio signal is dead air. Periodically, there ...
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Why can't the callee whom I am on call with hear the sound coming from my phone's speaker but I can while my phone is on loud speaker?

I was on call with my friend and have put the phone on loud speaker and I opened youtube,The sound was audible to me but not to my friend. How is it even possible when he can hear my voice but not the ...
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Why do we need >= 95% throughput for LTE Sensitivity measurement according to 3GPP

According to 3GPP 36 series for LTE, for LTE Sensitivity measurements we need >=95% throughput. How is this 95% value determined? Why it is not 98% or 88%. Thanks in Advance!
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Decoding packets in Long Mode Range

Im using CC1350 launchpad microprocessor of Texas Instrument that I configure my transmitted packets using SmartRF studio Im trying to decode my packets for verifying if my transmitted packet is valid ...
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Non Coherent BPSK with no Channel State Information at the receiver

Where or what is the proof for the failure of BPSK in fading channel when we have no knowledge of the fading coefficient $h$ at the receiver in the equation $y=hx+w$, where $x$ is BPSK symbol equally ...
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What can be a limit to the maximum possible power of a pilot signal

In practice, what can be a limit to the maximum power of a pilot signal in wireless communication?
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Legacy LongRange Mode information (mode 1 in the my attached link)

Mode 1- Legacy Long Range Packet Format and Im attaching a photo of ti reference: link for more information about this mode category : TI SWRA642 I want to understand the packet format, what's my ...
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Telling apart a right traveling non-periodic signal from a left-traveling non-periodic signal, with a background periodic signal

I have a time-signal sampled over a one-dimensional spatial domain $x$. I know it is made of 3 components: a right traveling non-periodic wave (characteristic time width $T_{R,NP}$, mostly 0 outside ...
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What is the best to confirm that the output of a matched filter for a linear FM chirp is correct?

I have written a matched filter in matlab to compress a linear FM chirp signal and would like to confirm that the results of my range compression. My question is what is the best way to do this? I ...
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How to check my CRC of my RF packet? [duplicate]

The "problem" is that I want to validate if my received RF packet is valid or not valid, in other words I want to validate if my RF packet corrupted or not corrupted . the transmitter that ...
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SVD vs matched filter

Reading about singular value decomposition (SVD) in the context of signal processing applications, one can separate the signal from the noise into orthogonal subspaces. On the surface this sounds like ...
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Why SRS signalling is used in 5g?

Since DMRS is also being used as a reference signal in PUCCH and PUSCH channel, so why an extra SRS signalling is required.
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LPF Filtering without changing DC value of signal

I have sampled my transmitted signal, it's looks like sinusoidal , frequency sampling is =2048Khz, bitrate of transmittion=100Kbaud , and my problem is that I have designed in matlab my LPF filter ...
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Matched filter for recieved RF digital packet by LPF

Im transmitting by cc1350 launchpad microprocessor digital RF Packets, transmitted modulation FSK. bit rate of transmitting is 50Kbouad, frequency of transmitting is 868MHZ . Im sampling the signal(...
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filtering my received Signal by LPF

I've received my transmitted signal that I sampled it on 20480000 frequency , transmitted frequency 868MHZ , bitrate 100KHZ , I see the "bits" that Im transmitting in my plot in matlab it ...
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Converting Received RF packets to binary file that RF packets sampled by dongle rtl-sdr

Im using #SDR software that I transmit packets from cc1350 launchpad to the air and I want to validate that if those packets are valid or not by checking its CRC. my problem is actually the step to ...
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How can I objectively measure train noise from a sound recording?

I have made an audio clip of some local train noise, and run it through a spectral analyser: https://youtu.be/ily4VEoEuSc Here's a screen-capture if you can't view that: As I watch the graph while ...
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Detecting complex signal within complex AWGN using Neyman Pearson statistic

I need to construct a Neyman Pearson statistic for detecting a complex signal with known amplitude and unknown phase in additive complex Gaussian noise. My hypotheses are: \begin{align} \mathcal{H}_0 &...
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finding onset of an impulse signal, basics?

New to signal processing, but making good progress, I think. I have a series of (many) impulses I generated, which will be used as impulse responses to model our church's acoustics, in this time of ...
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Threshold Estimation from a Linear FM Pulse Position Modulated signal

I have a signal chain to detect multi channel LFM (Linear Fm - Hann window being applied as shaping filter for the pulses) pulses as shown in picture below. (Numbers in the picture is in Hz., for ...
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packet encoder RF packets by using LPF for determining if it's zero or one [closed]

I'm transmitting RF packets with frequency 868MHZ , symbol rate (it's the same as bit rate) is 50KBaud , and Im sampling them by a dongle (fs=20480KHZ) to capture those RF packets, the captured ...
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Deciding if the received packet is valid or not valid [closed]

I have sampled RF wireless packets as IQ samples file, those RF packets has patterns like preamable|syncword|data|crc , I'm doing cross correlation with my constant syncword (after I did the ...
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Is pitch detection for bass instruments a solved theme?

I would like to know if pitch detection is a solved theme for an instrument like a bass (bass tones). Is it, or there is always a percentage of error rate on the detection?
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How to detect a signal while ignoring another signal which is a phase shifted version?

I have a signal coming from a sensor as shown below. This signal has high frequency noise (as can be seen from small fast wiggles) and four regions of interest where distinct spikes can be seen. The ...

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