Digital Signal Processing: An Introduction with MATLAB and by Amin Z. Sadik, Peter O'Shea, Zahir M. Hussain

By Amin Z. Sadik, Peter O'Shea, Zahir M. Hussain

In 3 elements, this e-book contributes to the development of engineering schooling and that serves as a basic reference on electronic sign processing. half I offers the fundamentals of analog and electronic signs and structures within the time and frequency area. It covers the middle themes: convolution, transforms, filters, and random sign research. It additionally treats vital purposes together with sign detection in noise, radar diversity estimation for airborne objectives, binary verbal exchange platforms, channel estimation, banking and monetary purposes, and audio results construction. half II considers chosen sign processing platforms and strategies. middle subject matters lined are the Hilbert transformer, binary sign transmission, phase-locked loops, sigma-delta modulation, noise shaping, quantization, adaptive filters, and non-stationary sign research. half III offers a few chosen complicated DSP themes.

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8 White Noise A common type of noise encountered in nature is thermal noise, which is typically Gaussian-distributed. e. if the noise is ‘‘white’’), then its autocorrelation function is a weighted delta function (according to the Wiener–Kinchin Theorem) (see Fig. 23); this means that the values of the noise at different instances of time are completely uncorrelated with each other. In practice, noise is rarely white; it is normally band-limited. A more realistic model for the PSD of many practical noise sources is therefore PSD = (g/2) P2B(f), with g being a constant.

Consider now the case where s(t) = a (a constant). If n(t) is Gaussian noise with zero mean and variance = r2, then the random variable z(t) is also Gaussian with mean and variance given at any time by: "z ¼ mz ¼ EfzðtÞg ¼ EfðsðtÞ þ nðtÞÞg ¼ Efða þ nðtÞÞg ¼ Efag þ EfnðtÞg ¼ a þ 0 ¼ a; 40 1 Analog Signals and Systems and n o n o varðzÞ ¼ E ðzðtÞ À mz Þ2 ¼ E nðtÞ2 ¼ r2 : Hence, the pdf of the signal z(t) at any time t is given by: 1 zÀa 2 1 pðzÞ ¼ pffiffiffiffiffiffi e2ð r Þ r 2p While the above result was derived above for the case where s(t) is a constant, its general form is actually valid for any time signal s(t).

20 The signal x(t) = 7 e-t/2cos(3t) and its autocorrelation function random noise). These properties of the correlation function are frequently used as the basis for detecting signals in noise. 5 Signal Power and Energy If x(t) is a signal, then its instantaneous power at any time t, is denoted by p(t), and is defined as the power dissipated in a 1X-resistor when a voltage of amplitude x(t) volts is applied. This power is given by the multiplication of the voltage and the current as defined below: pðtÞ ¼ jxðtÞj2 ; where absolute value is used to cater for the possibility of complex signals.

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