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The Grue - 2014-07-30 06:28:00
I'm currently trying to write an integrator for a time domain signal that
does it's work in frequency domain.
An integrator in frequency domain means mainly to multiply the spectrum
Mauritz Jameson - 2014-07-29 23:41:00
I have been given a problem to solve, but I'm having a hard time understanding the syntax and thus also how I'm supposed to solve the problem.
The problem is stated here:
SBR123 - 2014-07-29 19:00:00
I believe sin (45 deg) and sin (45 radians) will yield different values.
In some literatures, both degress and radians are shown as argument to sine
function (e.g. sin (pi/2) & sin (...
SBR123 - 2014-07-29 10:47:00
I am trying to understand the concept of representing a discrete periodic
signal using sinusoidal signals.
(without going into detailed math), If my understanding is correct, a
SBR123 - 2014-07-28 21:54:00
The classical modulation scheme is defined as,
x(n)*cos(w_0*n) 0.5*[X(w+w_0) + X(w-w_0)] - eq(1)
Similarly, text books also define frequency shifting as,
democritus1010101 - 2014-07-27 06:25:00
I am trying to generate a AWGN waveform to add it to the signal of my simul=
ated communication system in MATLAB. The operating bandwidth of the communi=
cation system is about B=3D3GHz and suppose ...
I simulate (or want to simulate) an RF system. My simulation Nyquist
rate is 50GHz, the signals are 8 Msamples long and there is a 5MHz
transmission at 1GHz (using standard I/Q modulation).
matar770 - 2014-07-23 09:19:00
i want to use an electret microphone array to locate a sound sorce
(actually its the direction of arrival) , im using Steered Response Power
- Phase Transform (SRP-PHAT) algorithm, and i'm confused a...
Javier Pajuelo - 2014-07-21 22:43:00
I get different results using Kiss FFT and Octave/Matlab fft.
Here's the input/output of my code:
0 1 2 3
This is prompted by the discussion of aliasing in the thread
"Higher upsampling with minimum phase downsampling produces
more aliasing" by 'jungledmnc'.
My question is based on the observation th...