Written for readers with backgrounds in physics, engineering, or mathematics who wish to learn about the detection and extraction of information from radiofrequency (RF), acoustic, or optical signals in the presence of noise, this volume covers the fundamentals of receivers; a review of probability; a review of noise and random processes; continuous and discretetime signals; detection of signals in noise; coherent and noncoherent detection and processing; parameter estimation and applications; waveform analysis, rangeDoppler resolution, and ambiguity; large time bandwidth waveforms; generalized coherent and noncoherent detection and processing; and systems considerations. An appendix presents a table of values of the error function. The author is a staff scientist in the aerospace communications systems division of a large corporation.

Authors: Minkoff J.  Pages: 325 Year: 2002 
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