Instantaneous Power Spectrum
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The estimation of time varying spectra is a complicated one. The use of classical techniques coupled with the local stationarity assumption is met with only moderate success. Of the many time frequency distribution functions used in the signal analysis, none present fully satisfactory spectra. The performance of the spectrogram, Instantaneous Power Spectra IPS the Wigner- Ville Distribution WD and various aspects of the Rihaczek distribution RD for a variety of signal nonstationarities are compared. WD has the most narrow main-lobes but suffers from spectral cross-terms. IPS, the real part of the RD consistently shows a broadened main-lobe without cross-terms. The squared magnitude of the RD places sharp peaks along the crest of the main-lobe and is otherwise very similar to IPS. The imaginary part of the RD shows a sensitivity to discontinuous frequency changes i.e., frequency shift keying. Keywords Theses, Instantaneous Power Spectrum, spectral estimation, nonstationationary signal analysis.
- Numerical Mathematics
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