eBook Waveform Diversity: Theory & Applications : Theory & Application , Pillai S  Li  Ke Yong  Selesnick  Ivan  Himed  Braham


por el autor   Pillai S Li Ke Yong Selesnick Ivan Himed Braham

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ISBN: 0000071622896
Tema: Filosofía - Filosofía de la ciencia
Editorial: Mc Graw Hill Interamericana
Fecha publicación: 2011
Idioma: Inglés
Formato electrónico:  EPUB  (13810KB)

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Practical techniques for taking full advantage of the emerging communications engineering trend of waveform diversity Waveform Diversity explains how to design an optimum set of waveforms that respects constraints on bandwidth, transmit energy, and pulse duration. This is realized by maximizing the signal to interference/noise power ratio at the receiver output so as to maximize the performance of the underlying task such as target detection or data estimation. The book shows how waveform diversity can be exploited spatially using a multiple set of sensors for both transmission and/or reception, and in the time-frequency domain using distinct waveforms of different durations over different spectral bands. The use of other features such as polarization, energy distribution of various transmit signals are also covered in this cutting-edge guide. Waveform Diversity Examines the topic as it relates to both the transmitter and receiver Reveals real-world applications that can save both bandwidth and transmit energy Is written by renowned experts in the field In-depth coverage of waveform diversity: Waveform Design and Matched Filtering; New Methods for Optimum Transmitter and Receiver Design; Optimum Causal Waveform Design; Discrete-Time Waveform Design; Multichannel Waveform Design; Adaptive Radar

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