Quasimatched wavelet filtration





signal analysis, spectral analysis, stationary spectrum, current spectrum, momentary spectrum, wavelet bispectrum, signal transform, Fourier transform, wavelet transform, correlation function, standardized correlation coefficient, matched filtering


The wavelet analysis theory is considered as a state-of-the-art frequency-time method of signal processing for signals containing jumps, bursts and surges. A new method has been proposed for estimating the wavelet spectra of pulsed signals using the normalized correlation coefficient and a technique for matching the wavelet filters has been developed on the basis of the proposed method making it possible to enhance the quality and speed of digital signal processing.


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