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Minimal Compression of a Radio-Frequency Pulse

@inproceedings{Szajnowski2021MinimalCO,
  title={Minimal Compression of a Radio-Frequency Pulse},
  author={Wieslaw Szajnowski},
  year={2021}
}
Quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) and a complementary representation of a causal waveform have been used to develop a sidelobe-free pulse-compression technique. Envelopes of radio-frequency (RF) pulses under study include both unimodal (Laplacian, Gaussian, rectangular) and bimodal (Hermite-Gaussian) shapes. Although the achievable compression gain is small (∼ 2), the generation and phase-invariant correlation processing of such created compressible pulses can be accomplished with the use… 

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