Andrzej Tarczynski

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Nonuniform sampling can facilitate digital alias-free signal processing (DASP), i.e., digital signal processing that is not affected by aliasing. This paper presents two DASP approaches for spectrum estimation of continuous-time signals. The proposed algorithms, named the weighted sample (WS) and weighted probability (WP) density functions, respectively,(More)
Keywords: Digital alias-free signal processing Nonuniform sampling Spectral analysis and estimation Fourier transform a b s t r a c t A wideband multichannel spectrum sensing approach that utilizes nonuniform sampling and digital alias-free signal processing (DASP) to reliably sense the spectrum using sampling rates well below the ones used in classical DSP(More)
Current clinical diagnostics are based on biochemical, immunological, or microbiological methods. However, these methods are operator dependent, time-consuming, expensive, and require special skills, and are therefore, not suitable for point-of-care testing. Recent developments in gas-sensing technology and pattern recognition methods make electronic nose(More)
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In this paper we propose to use digital fractional sample delayers to perform high precision beam steering at the baseband sampling frequency. The major advantages of the proposed technique are that the fractional sample delayer (FSD) used has a very flat magnitude response within the baseband width allowing greater than 20-bit resolution for a 35-tap(More)
This paper introduces a novel method of spectrum sensing in communication systems that utilizes nonuniform sampling in conjunction with a suitable spectral analysis tool. It is referred to here as spectral analysis for randomized sampling (SARS). Owing to the deployment of nonuniform sampling, the proposed technique can accomplish the sensing task by using(More)
In this paper we analyse a class of DASP (Digital Alias-free Signal Processing) methods for spectrum estimation of sampled signals. These methods consist in sampling the processed signals at randomly selected time instants. We construct esti-mators of Fourier transforms of the analysed signals. The estimators are unbiased inside arbitrarily wide frequency(More)