Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1973

Keywords

Frequency spectra, Signal detection, Signal processing

Abstract

The particular coherent data processor which is to be discussed relies heavily upon several basic concepts. These concepts represent a departure from conventional practice and hence the theoretical description must await their presentation in order to gain some continuity. We will accordingly present the underlying assumptions and signal physics prior to description of the processor itself.

Comments

Richard C. Heyser wrote two drafts of this paper.

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Brief Theory of Coherent Processor - Draft Two

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