Application of split spectrum signal processing to space and frequency diversity in ultrasonic signal detection

@article{Stewart1995ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of split spectrum signal processing to space and frequency diversity in ultrasonic signal detection},
  author={Timothy L. Stewart and Guo Li},
  journal={38th Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems. Proceedings},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={96-98 vol.1}
}
Split-spectrum signal processing has been shown to be effective for the case in which the signal and noise are highly correlated, a situation that is common in nondestructive testing. This paper combines frequency diversity with space diversity through a two dimensional realization of split spectrum processing. Split-spectrum design procedures, software and test results are provided.