A Flexible Algorithm for Extracting Periodic Signals
In this paper, we propose a flexible two-stage algorithm for extracting desired periodic signals. In the first stage, if the period and phase information of the desired signal is available (or can be estimated), a minimum mean square error approach is used to coarsely recover the desired source signal. If only the period information is available (or can be estimated), a robust correlation based method is proposed to achieve the same goal. The second stage uses a higher-order statistics based Newton-like algorithm, derived from a constrained maximum likelihood criteria, to process the extracted noisy signal as cleanly as possible. A parameterized nonlinearity is adopted in this stage, adapted according to the estimated statistics of the desired signal. Compared with many existing extraction algorithms, the proposed algorithm has better performance, which is confirmed by simulations.
KeywordsSource Signal Periodic Signal Independent Component Analysis Fundamental Period Blind Signal
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