Single-Channel and Multi-Channel Radio Signal Detection
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Complexity of radio monitoring-problem solutions, as applied to the various types of signals, can differ considerably. Thus, for example, the detection of wide-band signals in the absence of a prioriinformation is a serious problem.
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- Single-Channel and Multi-Channel Radio Signal Detection
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- Radio Monitoring
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- Problems, Methods and Equipment
- pp 95-122
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- Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
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- 1. JSC IRCOS, Staroalexeevskaya str. 14, Bldg. 2, Apt. 133, 129626, Moskva, Russia
- 2. Department of Radio Receivers, Moscow Power Engineering Institute Technical University, Lefortovskiy Val ul. 7, E-116, App. 66, 111116, Moskva, Russia
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