DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272707050056
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Methods for improvement of noise stability at reception of messages in radio-engineering systems of remote control and monitoring

Alexander F. Kryachko, A. P. Pantenkov, D. M. Silakov

Abstract


The paper considers the possibility for optimization of the envelope shape of spectrum-effective APM-signals using the criterion of maximum rate of decline of the energy spectrum of a random keying sequence.

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