A new approach to time-frequency localized signal design

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2002
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Proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, IEEE 2002
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1229 - 1232
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A novel approach is presented for the design of signals in Wigner Domain. In this method, the desired signal features in the time-frequency domain are specified in two stages. First the user specifies the spine curve around which the energy of the desired signal is distributed in the time-frequency plane. Then, the user specifies the spread of the desired signal energy around the spine. In addition to this fundamentally new way of defining the time-frequency features of the desired signal, the actual synthesis of the signal is performed in a warped fractional Fourier transform approach [1]. After obtaining the designed signal, it is transformed back to the original time domain providing the final result of the new signal synthesis technique. In contrast to the conventional algorithms, the proposed method provides very good results even if the inner cross-term structure of the desired signal is not specified.

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