Broadband interference excision for software-radio spread-spectrum communications using time-frequency distribution synthesis.

A new method is introduced for interference excision in spread-spectrum communications that is conducive to software-radio applications. Spare processing capacity in the receiver permits the use of time–frequency techniques to synthesize a nonstationary interference from the time–frequency domain us...

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Main Authors: Lach, Stephen R., Amin, Moeness G., Lindsey, Alan R.
Format: Villanova Faculty Authorship
Published: 1999
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