Compressive Periodogram Reconstruction Using Uniform Binning

@article{Ariananda2015CompressivePR,
  title={Compressive Periodogram Reconstruction Using Uniform Binning},
  author={Dyonisius Dony Ariananda and Daniel Romero and Geert Leus},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing},
  year={2015},
  volume={63},
  pages={4149-4164}
}
In this paper, two problems that show great similarities are examined. The first problem is the reconstruction of the angular-domain periodogram from spatial-domain signals received at different time indices. The second one is the reconstruction of the frequency-domain periodogram from time-domain signals received at different wireless sensors. We split the entire angular or frequency band into uniform bins. The bin size is set such that the received spectra at two frequencies or angles, whose… Expand
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