The degradation of higher order spectral detection using narrowband processing

@article{Garth1997TheDO,
  title={The degradation of higher order spectral detection using narrowband processing},
  author={Lee M. Garth and Yoram Bresler},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Signal Processing},
  year={1997},
  volume={45},
  pages={1770-1784}
}
In certain scenarios, higher order statistic (HOS)based detectors exploiting the Gaussian noise rejection property of HOS have been shown to have performances superior to widely used second-order (SOS) techniques. However, a crucial limitation on these detectors that has not been addressed is a constraint on the processing bandwidth. We study the effects of commonly used narrowband processing on these detectors. As the processing bandwidth is decreased, we characterize the tradeoff between HOS… CONTINUE READING
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