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Signal Design When the Dimensionality of the Signal Set is Restricted to . Due to a steady flow of requests over several years, Springer-Verlag now provides a corrected reprint of this text.

Signal Design When the Dimensionality of the Signal Set is Restricted to 2. Charles L. Weber. It is designed to serve as a text for a first semester graduate level course for students in digital communication systems. As a pre­ requisite, it is presumed that the reader has an understanding of basic probability and stochastic processes. The treatment of digital communications in this book is intended to serve as an introduction to the subject.

Examines inter alia beamforming by transducer arrays, the structure of -rate (CFAR), nonparametric, and sequential receivers, the resolution of close signals, the detection of random signals at radio frequenies, and the detection of optical signals.

We formulate the signal design for binary UWB communications taking into consideration the particular characteristics of UWB propagation in a dense . C. L. Weber, Elements of Detection and Signal Design. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1987

We formulate the signal design for binary UWB communications taking into consideration the particular characteristics of UWB propagation in a dense multipath channel. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1987. M. K. Simon, S. Hinedi, and W. Lindsey, Digital Communica-. tion Techniques, Signal Design and Detection. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1995, pp. 178–308.

Contents: the statistical foundation; detection of a know signal; narrowband signals and their detection; detection in multiple observations; evaluating . Carl W Helstrom Elements of Signal Detection and Estimation. ark:/13960/t10p32m4x.

Contents: the statistical foundation; detection of a know signal; narrowband signals and their detection; detection in multiple observations; evaluating signal.

Автор: Charles L. Weber Название: Elements of Detection and Signal Design Издательство: Springer .

It is designed to serve as a text for a first semester graduate level course for students in digital communication systems.

Other books in this series. One Elements of Detection. 2 A mathematical model. 13 Signal design when the dimensionality of the signal set is restricted to . 1. Optimal signal selection in two dimensions. Linear System Theory. Communication efficiency and channel capacity for two-dimensional signal sets. The dependence of some suboptimal signal sets on the signal-to-noise ratio.

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. Elements of Signal Detection and Estimation. Detection of Low Level Optical Signals: photodetectors, focal plane arrays and systems. 3. 7 Mb. IRSE Green Book N. Principles of Power Point Control and Detection (British Practice) 1968. Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE). Категория: Physics, Electromagnetism, Optics. Detection of low-level optical signals.

The treatment of digital communications in this book is intended to serve as an introduction to the subject. Part one is a development of the elements of statistical communication theory and radar detection. The text begins with a general model of a communication system which is extensively developed and the performance analyses of various conventional systems.

Detection theory or signal detection theory is a means to measure the ability to differentiate between information-bearing patterns (called stimulus in living organisms, signal in machines).

Detection theory or signal detection theory is a means to measure the ability to differentiate between information-bearing patterns (called stimulus in living organisms, signal in machines) and random patterns that distract from the information (called noise, consisting of background stimuli and random activity of the detection machine and of the nervous system of the operator). In the field of electronics, the separation of such patterns from a disguising background is referred to as signal recovery.