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Title: On the effects of quantization on mismatched pulse compression filters designed using L-p norm minimization techniques
Authors: Cilliers, JE
Smit, JC
Keywords: Quantization
Pulse compression
Sidelobe reduction
Mismatched filtering
L-p Norm
Issue Date: Oct-2007
Citation: Cilliers, JE and Smit, JC. 2007. On the effects of quantization on mismatched pulse compression filters designed using L-p norm minimization techniques. RADAR 2007: IET International Conference on Radar Systems. Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 15 - 18 October 2007, pp 5
Abstract: In [1] the authors introduced a technique for generating mismatched pulse compression filters for linear frequency chirp signals. The technique minimizes the sum of the pulse compression sidelobes in a p L –norm sense. It was shown that extremely constant sidelobe levels (better than 60 dB) can be achieved for minimal mismatch loss and broadening of the compression peak. This paper reports on an investigation into the effect of quantization on pulse compression filters designed using the abovementioned technique. Simulation results for 8-bit and 16-bit implementations of a pulse compressor system are presented
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1098
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