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Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system

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Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system. / Naumenko, V. V.; Proskura, G. A.; Totsky, A. V.; Egiazarian, K. O.

julkaisussa: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vuosikerta 77, Nro 10, 2018, s. 891-904.

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Naumenko, VV, Proskura, GA, Totsky, AV & Egiazarian, KO 2018, 'Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system', Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vuosikerta. 77, Nro 10, Sivut 891-904. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v77.i10.50

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Naumenko, V. V., Proskura, G. A., Totsky, A. V., & Egiazarian, K. O. (2018). Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, 77(10), 891-904. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v77.i10.50

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Naumenko VV, Proskura GA, Totsky AV, Egiazarian KO. Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2018;77(10):891-904. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v77.i10.50

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Naumenko, V. V. ; Proskura, G. A. ; Totsky, A. V. ; Egiazarian, K. O. / Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system. Julkaisussa: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 77, Nro 10. Sivut 891-904.

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title = "Bispectrum-based ultra wide band communication system",
abstract = "In this paper, novel bispectrum-based ultra wideband communication system using triplet- signals is suggested and examined. Bispectrum-based strategy is exploited in detection and discrimination signal processing procedures for decision making performed in additive noise, Doppler frequency shift and strong fading environment. The Multi-path Rayleigh and Rician radio channel models are studied in computer simulations. Performance of suggested bispectrum-based approach as compared with common UWB technique is evaluated. It is demonstrated that suggested bispectrum-based approach provides considerable gain of interference immunity in noisy and multipath fading wireless communication channels as compared with common UWB communication systems.",
keywords = "Biamplitude estimate, Bispectrum, Digital communications, Fading channels, Frequency-selective Rayleigh wireless channel, Gaussian monocycle, Higher-order statistics, Maximum likelihood rule, Multipath Rician wireless channel, Triplet-signal, Ultra wideband pulse communication system",
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