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Baseband Eye Monitor Signal Discrimination and Identification Study Program
Final technical rept. 2 Jan 1979-2 Feb 1980
HONEYWELL INC CLEARWATER FL SPACE AND STRATEGIC AVIONICS DIV
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The Baseband Eye Monitor Signal Discrimination and Identification Study Program sought to determine techniques to characterize interference signal types using the present Baseband Eye Monitor Unit to develop a statistical mathematical analysis that could be used to discriminate and identify interference signal types using the present Dispersion Voltage Output to temporarily adapt the present BEM unit to provide additional information to support the analytical approach to develop a demonstrative computer program allowing laboratory signal discrimination and identification to be performed to recommend future analytical approaches and equipment modifications that could be used to further enhance the present BEM hardwaresoftware discrimination and identification capability.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE