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Precision method of determining the time delay in multichannel signal propagation

D. B. Aratskii, O. A. Morozov, E. A. Soldatov, V. R. Fidel’man

Abstract


One of the important problems arising when processing signals propagating over several channels with various noise characteristics is a determination of their time delay [1]. In the case of two channels formulation of the problem reduces to the following form: We have two signals s1 and s2

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