Software for Signal Design
Several software packages are discussed and explained so that the reader finds it easy to get started on designing some common classes of signals. These packages include prs (for maximum length binary and other binary and near-binary pseudorandom signals as well as direct synthesis ternary signals), GALOIS (for pseudorandom multilevel signals), functions in the Frequency Domain System Identification Toolbox (for multisine signals, discrete interval binary and ternary signals, and optimal input signals), multilev_new (for multilevel multiharmonic signals) and Input-Signal-Creator (for pseudorandom multilevel signals and uncorrelated signal sets formed from these).
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