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Binary Sequences with Minimum Peak Sidelobe Level up to Length 68

@article{Leukhin2012BinarySW,
  title={Binary Sequences with Minimum Peak Sidelobe Level up to Length 68},
  author={Anatolii Leukhin and Egor Potehin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1212.4930}
}
Results of an exhaustive search for minimum peak sidelobe level binary sequences are presented. Several techniques for efficiency implementation of search algorithm are described. A table of number of non-equivalent optimal binary sequences with minimum peak sidelobe (MPS) level up to length 68 is given. This number can be used in prediction of the longest length for a given sidelobe level of binary sequences. The examples of optimal binary MPS sequences having high merit factor are shown. 

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