# 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.

## 13 Citations

Optimal peak sidelobe level sequences up to length 74

- Computer Science2013 European Radar Conference
- 2013

Results of an exhaustive search for minimum peak sidelobe (MPS) level sequences are presented and examples of optimal binary MPS sequences having high merit factor are shown.

Optimal peak sidelobe level sequences up to length 74

- Computer Science2013 European Microwave Conference
- 2013

Results of an exhaustive search for minimum peak sidelobe (MPS) level sequences are presented and examples of optimal binary MPS sequences having high merit factor are shown.

Efficient Generation of Low Autocorrelation Binary Sequences

- Computer ScienceIEEE Signal Processing Letters
- 2020

Improvements are obtained in almost half of the considered lengths while for the rest of the lengths, binary sequences with the same PSL values as reported in the state-of-the-art publications are found.

Graph Traversal Applied to Search for Optimal Minimum Peak Sidelobe Level Binary Sequences

- Computer Science2019 IEEE International Conference on Signal, Information and Data Processing (ICSIDP)
- 2019

A proposition that an equivalent sequence set is a closed set, and give the exact set is proved, and an improved method to exclude equivalent sequences is proposed based on this proposition.

Hybrid Constructions of Binary Sequences With Low Autocorrelation Sideobes

- Computer ScienceIEEE Access
- 2021

This work revisited a classical problem of the digital sequence design, or more precisely, finding binary sequences with optimal peak sidelobe level (PSL), and outlines few strategies for finding highly competitive binary sequences, which could be efficiently optimized, in terms of PSL, by the proposed algorithms.

A Bernasconi model for constructing ground-state spin systems and optimal binary sequences

- Physics
- 2014

A Bernasconi model for a one-dimensional chain of quantum particles is considered. It is shown that searching for the ground state of such a quantum system is equivalent to searching for optimal…

Mismatched Filters for Incoherent Pulse Compression in Laser Radar

- PhysicsIEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems
- 2021

A pulsed laser system is considered for long-range target detection and incoherent pulse compression sums received power from numerous pulses to increase SNR while maintaining single pulse range resolution is employed.

Optimization of Matched and Mismatched Filters in Short Range Pulse Radars using Genetic Algorithm

- Computer Science
- 2016

This paper produced mismatched filter coefficients (Mis-co) for each code using floating point genetic algorithm (FGA) and could generate and test the filter coefficients with maximum peak to sidelobe level ratio (PSR) and tested the filter with Doppler shift.

Almost perfect auto-correlation sequences for binary phase-modulated continuous wave radar

- Computer Science2013 European Microwave Conference
- 2013

Simulation examples show that a pedestrian with a radar cross section of -20 dBsm can be clearly distinguished from a bus of 30 dBsm even when they are only half a meter apart.

On the Generation of Long Binary Sequences With Record-Breaking PSL Values

- Computer ScienceIEEE Signal Processing Letters
- 2020

The efficiency and simplicity of the proposed method are particularly beneficial to the lightweightness of the implementation, which allowed the proposed algorithm to reach record-breaking PSL values for less than a second.

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