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### How to calculate the phase shift AND time delay of non-periodic signals

Say I have two non-periodic signals, $f_1(t)$ and $f_2(t)$, with Fourier transforms $F_1(\omega)$ and $F_2(\omega)$. Basically, I need to line up $f_1(t)$ and $f_2(t)$ as close as possible, and I am ...
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### How to detect overall error between two signals and also track changes occurred

I need to develop an algorithm that will compare two signals (1 Reference Signal and other is measured signal values from sensor) and generate some metric(s) to describe changes between them. I am not ...
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### Best Method to Separate square wave and smooth wave

I have a signal consists of a smooth wave and square waves. Is there comprehensive method can separate square wave and smooth signal? I looked for the likelihood ratio test but cannot find any ...
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### Classification test by embedding true positives in high frequency recordings

I'm evaluating a cyclostationary approach to signal classification. My first step in doing so was generating signals and embedding them into a few specified parameter sets of the Watterson channel ...
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### Detecting delay and sample drift in audio files (wav, mp3, etc.)

In my application, I have an audio recording with background music. I know which song is playing in the background and have a copy of the original song (wav, mp3, etc.). The goal is to align the ...
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### How does the error in azimuth angle vary as one moves away from the boresight direction of a radar

My question is basically same as the title. I am trying to find a mathematical model which provides the error, $d\theta$, in azimuth angle($\theta$) as one moves away from the boresight direction of ...
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### How to convert the mean and variance of a processed received signal into a SNR or BER?

So I'm trying to eventually get some sort of signal quality metric, and to do that, I'm trying to take the mean and variance of my bit determination signal and use that to come up with a Signal to ...
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### Received signal envelope PDF to power PDF [Wireless Communications]

I am deriving the probability density function (pdf) of the received wireless signal envelope in multi-path fading channels. I wish to transform this envelop PDF to the power PDF of that signal. I ...
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### Can we use SVD to solve single channel deconvolution problem?

I have seen using singular value decomposition (SVD) to solve deconvolution problem for example truncated SVD (TSVD) . It appears there is also a connection between Tikhonov regularization and SVD. My ...
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### Detecting expected patterns in repeated measurements

I am new to signal processing and I am trying to learn myself. To understand what i am interested in, let me show this on example (note that this is just a random example to illustrate). Here is some ...
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### Event detection in a running person's acceleration data

I am trying to detect some events on this signal : This is the acceleration of someone running. By eyes we can detect many blocs, sometimes separated by a little interval. I would like to be able to ...
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### Audio - TDOA and $\tt xcorr$, find the 'best' peak

I try to locate a mobile device using multilateration. The mobile device acts as the receiver and in the room I have three speakers. To calculate the position I need the time difference of arrival (...
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### Detecting special points in signal

What tool/filter/mathematic operation would you use to detect the red points marked in this signal? As you can see there are several differentiated groups and I want to detect those moments in which ...
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### What is the best algorithm to detect leading edge?

I am interested to detect leading edge of one dimensional signal. There may be several algorithm for edge detection, specially for image processing (2 dimensional), but my interest is on one ...