Simulation and Analysis of Phase Coded Waveforms Plus Noise.
ARMY ELECTRONICS COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH N J
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The matched filter response to a Frank code polyphase waveform combined with noise jamming and other sources was determined by a theoretical analysis and through the use of a computer simulation. The theoretical analysis provided a measure of the long term average matched filter output signal-to-noise ratio while the simulation provided an instantaneous measure of the output signal-to-noise ratio on a pulse-to-pulse basis. The analysis in this report was limited to a basic polyphase waveform, but will be extended in future reports to burst waveforms consisting of several contiguous basic polyphase waveforms. The results of this analysis along with future analyses of the burst waveform will provide an insight into the matched filter response of a Frank code polyphase waveform in a noise jamming environment.
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