DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272708100014
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Enhancing the noise immunity of multichannel radio reception system using a game-theory algorithm for signal processing

V. K. Marigodov

Abstract


This paper deals with a possible enhancement of noise immunity of a multichannel radio reception system that can be achieved by significant reduction of the number of complex units and a fundamental change of the algorithm for game-theory processing of signals and interferences. The efficiency of the proposed system has been estimated in comparison with those of the known systems.


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