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A method of optimal linear systems for following filtration of active spectrum of non-stationery process

V. F. Tunik

Abstract


It is shown a necessity of improve of known method of optimally matched filtering for following the spectrum of non-stationery processes. The essence of improvement lies in expansion of the conception of signals active spectrum, taking into account specificities of known following filters with self-tuning and application of known following filters with two integrators. It is proven that selecting of gain coefficients of three amplifies, which are contained in this filter, we can use them as separate section of band-pass filter for synthesis of optimal linear systems for following filtration the active spectrum itself for different signals type.


Keywords


active spectrum; following filter; optimal system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3103/S0735272710120046

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