A Comparison of the Use of Deterministic and Random Signals for Impulse Response Determination.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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A comparison is made between the use of deterministic and random signals for estimating the impulse response of a linear system. It is shown that the two methods are essentially identical, and that in particular, the random signal method has no advantage from the viewpoint of suppressing the effects of uncorrelated interference. Author