Course:

Spectral Estimation and Adaptive Filtering

Short description:

In a certain number of applications, as in the radar domain or numeric transmissions, one wants to be able to detect the presence of a signal known g(t) in entry of one receiving. In fact, g(t) is in general known only to a delay or coefficient of amplitude. It is this delay (in the case of the radar) or this amplitude (in the case of the transmissions) that will constitute the information looked for. The two interactive simulations provided in this lesson permits, for adapted filter,  to understand how to detect the possible presence of a signal known determined, with noise made by an uncertain process.

 Learning object description

Lesson:

  1. Spectral Estimation and Adapted Filtering