Decomposition of signals in dispersive channels using dual polynomial fourier transform

  title={Decomposition of signals in dispersive channels using dual polynomial fourier transform},
  author={Isidora Stankovix0107 and Milox0161 Dakovix0107 and Cornel Ioana},
  journal={2017 6th Mediterranean Conference on Embedded Computing (MECO)},
The acoustic waves transmitted in a dispersive environments can be quite complex for decomposition and localization. A signal which is transmitted through a dispersive channel is usually non-stationary. Even if a simple signal is transmitted, it can change its characteristics (phase and frequency) during the transmission through an underwater acoustic dispersive communication channel. Commonly, several components with different paths are received. In this paper, we present a method of… CONTINUE READING


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