On the spectral correlation of UWB impulse radio signals
AuthorÖner, Mustafa Mengüç
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CitationÖner, M. M. (2008). On the spectral correlation of UWB impulse radio signals. IEEE Communications Letters, 12(10), 714-716. doi:10.1109/LCOMM.2008.080941
Cyclostationarity is an inherent characteristic of many communication signals, which can be exploited for performing various signal processing tasks. Determining the cyclic statistics of a signal of interest is often necessary in the design of signal processing systems exploiting this cyclostationary behaviour. This work investigates the second order cyclic statistics of various signalling schemes employed in ultra wideband impulse radio systems. Analytical expressions are derived for the cyclic autocorrelation and spectral correlation density functions.
SourceIEEE Communications Letters
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