Rayleigh-Wave Multipath Analysis Using a Complex Cepstrum Technique
Special rept. No. 2
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC DALLAS SERVICES GROUP
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Homomorphic deconvolution is applied to separating the components of a convolution in which multipath Rayleigh-wave propagation is modeled as the convolution of a signal S with a multipath operator m. The technique is applied to a number of synthetic waveforms with fairly simple multisource andor multipath Rayleigh-wave characteristics to demonstrate the separation obtainable between S and m. The technique is also applied to several events recorded at LASA and ALPA, and results of the method as applied to actual Rayleigh-wave recordings are presented.
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