A Fast Searching Algorithm of Symmetrical Period Modulation Pattern Based on Accumulative Transformation Technique

  title={A Fast Searching Algorithm of Symmetrical Period Modulation Pattern Based on Accumulative Transformation Technique},
  author={Fuhua Fan and Ying Tan},
A fast search algorithm of periodical and symmetrical modulation pattern is proposed in this paper. The algorithm is effective for the dense pulse deinterleaving of nontraditional radars. Experimental results show that the average accuracy rate of pulse deinterleaving is about 95% and the average missing rate of pulse deinterleaving is about 5% by the algorithm in dense pulse environment. 

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  • 1993
A compilation of several correlation functions which were developed by the author and have been used for several years in signal analysis applications is given, and closed form solutions are derived, which enable easy implementations.

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