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The bispectrum, is probably most intuitively understood from its definition derived from the convolution theorem, $$B(f_1,f_2)=F(f_1)F(f_2)F^*(f_1+f_2),$$ where $F(f)$ is the Fourier transform evaluated at frequency $f$. From this, observe that bispectra are simple 2D transforms that allow the observation of relationships between frequency bins of a Fourier ...


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Just some hints: dBm stands for dBmW as in "milliwatts". With the responsivity and the signal power, you can calculate a current through the load resistor, giving you an Input voltage for the amplifier. To go from average power to peak power, think about how the signal looks. User the capacity values, to assess the Overall frequency Response by ...


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This sounds like something from a datasheet. It means, that a dBFS-Value is stored (in some register). So, not a linear value, but a dB-Value. The resolution in dB/LSB can be thought of as a multiplicator. With 1dB/LSB (Least Significant Bit), the dBFS-Value can be directly obtainend by reading the register. So, an 8Bit-Register holding the value 0x20 with ...


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