Frequency-Domain Interference Excising at Radio Frequencies

@article{Wheeler1977FrequencyDomainIE,
  title={Frequency-Domain Interference Excising at Radio Frequencies},
  author={Jerry Wheeler},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility},
  year={1977},
  volume={EMC-19},
  pages={132-136}
}
A simple interference excising algorithm was employed to remove discrete narrow-band interferers from wide-band radio frequency noise measurements made in the North Atlantic during three seasons of the year. Narrow-band signals were reduced by 9 to 18 dB in average data samples with only 5 to 25 percent of the effective bandwidth being sacrificed. Both the amount of bandwidth and interference power excised from samples of data were found to increase as the spectral resolution used in the… CONTINUE READING

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