Channelizers and Reconstructors – A Design Guide

$195.00

Bradford S. Watson, MSc (Author) – Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado, Denver, USA

Series: Systems Engineering Methods, Developments and Technology
BISAC: TEC067000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/PKCD9837

Channelizers and reconstructors find use in a wide variety of signal processing systems across many industries, including aerospace and telecommunications. This book represents a comprehensive collection of techniques, tips and tricks for the practicing digital signal processing professional that designs and implements wideband communications and sensing systems.

Collected from a wide range of sources from across the industry and academia, rich in text, graphics, and examples, this book brings together a comprehensive assortment of techniques that are needed to design and field channelizers and reconstructors in real-world systems. Through a wide range of analysis and worked examples in the MatlabTM programming language, the reader is guided step-by-step through the process of designing and implementing these systems in the most efficient way possible.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Introduction to Channelizer and Reconstructor Design

Chapter 2. Prototype Filter Design for Channelizers and Reconstructors

Chapter 3. Fourier Transform Algorithms

Chapter 4. Processing Structures for Channelizers and Reconstructors

Chapter 5. Channelizer and Reconstructor Cascades

Chapter 6. Applications

Chapter 7. Channelizer and Reconstructor Special Topics

Appendix A – Channel to Channel Phase Shift

Appendix B – Special Case Derivations of Oddly Stacked Channelizers

References

Index

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