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The diamond circuit

1963 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers, 1963

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Reply to "Comments on 'A variationl approach to the extraction of in-phase and quadrature components'"

IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 1999

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A multi-mode optical fibre sensing system using white light interferometry

IEE Colloquium on Progress in Fibre Optic Sensors and Their Applications, 1995

Firstly, the theory of the white light interferometer is presented. This is followed by minimum peak height difference and related experimental results. The curve fitting signal processing scheme and the best order of polynomial for curve fitting are then discussed. Finally, displacement measurement with and without curve fitting signal processing is examined. The results show that, with a two wavelength ...


A wavelet transform frequency classifier for stochastic transient signals

1996 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing Conference Proceedings, 1996

The paper presents a wavelet transform based frequency classifier for stochastic bandpass transient signals. Using compactly supported bases of wavelets, continuous nonstationary bandpass processes can be described by reduced dimension discrete time signal representations. We develop an optimization procedure to adapt both the sampling frequency and the discrete time wavelet filters to the continuous classes of signals involved. When compared ...


A correction to impulse invariance

IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 2000

The classic equations for discrete time filter design by impulse invariance are not correct, in general. In particular, if the impulse response of the causal continuous-time filter is discontinuous at t=0, then the initial sample h[0] of the discrete-time impulse response should equal one-half the value of the discontinuity, not the full value as classically given. Otherwise, the resulting frequency ...


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  • The diamond circuit

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  • Reply to "Comments on 'A variationl approach to the extraction of in-phase and quadrature components'"

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  • A multi-mode optical fibre sensing system using white light interferometry

    Firstly, the theory of the white light interferometer is presented. This is followed by minimum peak height difference and related experimental results. The curve fitting signal processing scheme and the best order of polynomial for curve fitting are then discussed. Finally, displacement measurement with and without curve fitting signal processing is examined. The results show that, with a two wavelength source, the central fringe can be identified if the sampling gap is smaller than the maximum sampling OPD gap. The noise in the system can be reduced by the curve fitting technique proposed. The best order of the polynomial used to carry out curve fitting is four according to the experimental results and the analysis.

  • A wavelet transform frequency classifier for stochastic transient signals

    The paper presents a wavelet transform based frequency classifier for stochastic bandpass transient signals. Using compactly supported bases of wavelets, continuous nonstationary bandpass processes can be described by reduced dimension discrete time signal representations. We develop an optimization procedure to adapt both the sampling frequency and the discrete time wavelet filters to the continuous classes of signals involved. When compared to the classical Bayesian structures, the proposed receiver strongly reduces the required computational load. The receiver performance is accessed by Monte Carlo simulation, the probabilities of detection for each signal class, and the probability of false alarm, being computed.

  • A correction to impulse invariance

    The classic equations for discrete time filter design by impulse invariance are not correct, in general. In particular, if the impulse response of the causal continuous-time filter is discontinuous at t=0, then the initial sample h[0] of the discrete-time impulse response should equal one-half the value of the discontinuity, not the full value as classically given. Otherwise, the resulting frequency response does not equal the sum of shifted versions of the original response as expected. This effect will typically be seen only in low order filters such as first order lowpass filters or second order bandpass filters.

  • Explicit formulas for estimating the frequencies of sine waves in noise with few samples

    Explicit formulas for estimating the frequency of a sinusoid in white noise are proposed. The accuracy of the estimate obtained by these formulas is very close to the Cramér-Rao bound in the case of very short sequences.

  • Generalized Spectrum of Interpolants: Part I - Theory

    In this paper, we propose a new theorem relating to the generalized spectrum of an interpolating function. In particular, our theorem provides an incite to design interpolants in frequency domain. We consider a more pragmatic situation where the reconstruction filter is non-ideal and occupies some extra bandwidth. The spectrum is shown to satisfy the orthogonality condition which the strongest constraint for the admissibility of an interpolant. Extending our formulation, we show that the spectrum of generating function (Sine) used in Shannon's sampling theorem is a special case of spectrum proposed in this paper.

  • CT image reconstruction using hexagonal grids

    In the transversal plane CT exhibits a nearly rotational symmetric point spread function. Pixel sampling is typically done on Cartesian grids which are not ideal from a signal processing point of view. It is advantageous to use a hexagonal grid which can capture the same signal components with 13% fewer sampling points. In 3D one can even save 29%. We developed an efficient scheme to allow for arbitrarily shaped field of views and a hierarchical memory layout. The latter divides the images into small hexagonal subimages, similar to honeycombs, whose size is small enough to avoid cache misses on CPU-based algorithms or to be used on dedicated signal processing hardware such as GPUs (graphics processing units) or CBEs (cell broadband engines) that may be memory limited. As the final step a resampling algorithm converts from the hex domain to the Cartesian domain before storing images. We implemented a hyperfast CBE-based Feldkamp algorithm for the hexagonal lattice and compared its performance and its image quality to reconstructions using the standard Feldkamp algorithm. Both algorithms were run on the Dual Cell Based System (DCBS, Mercury Computer Systems, Berlin, Germany) on two CBEs with 3.2 GHz each. A 5123 volume was reconstructed from 720 projections of 5122 detector pixels. Image quality of the hexagonal approach was identical to the direct approach using the Cartesian lattice: the maximum relative difference between the MTFs was 1% and image noise differed by not more than 3%. The improvement in reconstruction speed was approximately 12% for the hexagonal grid which is slightly lower than the expectation. The complete reconstruction finished in about 10 s. With identical image quality reconstruction on the hexagonal grid is a simple and effective approach to significantly reduce memory consumption and reconstruction time. Existing reconstruction algorithms can be easily modified to operate in the hexagonal domain.

  • Sampling of two-dimensional signals below Nyquist density with application to computer aided tomography

    The problem of sampling a two-dimensional signal at below the conventional Nyquist sampling density is considered. Although optimal sampling at below Nyquist density is possible through a process of periodic sample deletion, the resulting irregular sampling pattern has limited utility in real-world applications. In this paper, a novel algorithm is proposed to perform uniform sampling of the data at below Nyquist density, yet allows for perfect reconstruction of the signal. By exploring the special signal structure of sinograms in computer aided tomography, the technique is used for signal reconstruction from sinograms sampled at below Nyquist rate. Computer simulation results are presented to demonstrate the validity of the algorithm.<>

  • Design of 2-D variable fractional delay FIR filter using 2-D differentiators

    In this paper, the design of two-dimensional (2-D) variable fractional delay FIR filter using 2-D differentiators is presented. First, the Taylor series expansion is used to transform the specification of a 2-D variable fractional delay filter into the one of a 2-D differentiator. This transform makes the design problem of a 2-D fractional delay filter reduce to the design of 2-D differentiators with different orders. Then, a simple window method is proposed to design the 2-D differentiators. Also an analysis of the design error is provided. Finally, examples are demonstrated to illustrate the effectiveness of this new design approach.



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