Automatic Control and Computer Sciences

, Volume 44, Issue 5, pp 266–271 | Cite as

Adaptive methods in discrete stroboscopy

  • V. Karklin’sh
  • K. Krumin’shEmail author


Three methods of extending the amplitude (dynamic) range of the transformed signals in discrete stroboscopy are proposed. The methods are developed on the basis of classic discrete stroboscopic signal transformation methods, namely statistical and up-and-down methods. The proposed methods are called adaptive ones, because they use additional information on the transformed signal’s behavior obtained at the determined signal measurement phase or information obtained at the preceding measurement phase. The efficiency of the proposed methods is illustrated by statistical simulation using the ultra-wideband radar signal model, i.e., harmonic monooscillations.


stroboscopic transformation adaptive methods ultra-wideband radar 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Electronics and Computer ScienceRiga, LVLatvia

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