A novel STFT implementation for the analysis of non-stationary jammer interference
Proceedings of the Fourth IASTED International Multi-Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications
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A novel adaptive short-time Fourier transform (STFT) implementation for the analysis of non-stationary multi-component jammer signals is introduced. The proposed time-frequency distribution is the fusion of optimum STFTs of individual signal components that are based on the recently introduced generalized time-bandwidth product (GTBP) definition. The GTBP optimal STFTs of the components are combined through thresholding and obtaining the individual component support images, which are related with the corresponding GTBP optimal STFTs.
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