Properties of Readings of Periodically Correlated Random Processes
FOREIGN AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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Periodically correlated random processes, which serve as models for natural rhythmic phenomena, are a generalization of amplitude modulation. It is noted in work that the operation of modulation is not invariant, since the phase of the carrier introduces a specific time structure, but it is invariant in the case of carriers which are multiples of the period of the carriers. Therefore there is interest in the investigation of the properties of readings of a periodically correlated random process PKSP in points which are multiples of the period of the correlated state.
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