Sequence design for communications applications
This is a comprehensive reference book devoted to sequences. It will enable communications and other engineers to design and implement sequences with specified properties for a variety of applications. Periodic and nonperiodic, binary and nonbinary sequence types are described, and design examples are given for each sequence type. Typical application areas for the various sequence types are also discussed. The approach adopted will enable users with varying mathematical backgrounds to apply the information, since the large number of design examples provided allows the methods of generating different types of sequences to be explained in a simple manner.
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ACF and CCF ACFs/CCFs aperiodic ACF asymptotically optimal autocorrelation Barker sequences binary sequences bound CDMA Chu sequences complementary pair complementary sequences complementary sets corresponding Costas array crosscorrelation cyclic defined denote discrete Fourier transform Example Frank sequences Galois field Gaussian integers GF(p given GMW sequences Golay pairs Gold sequences Huffman sequence irreducible polynomial Johnson bound Kasami sequences large linear span Luke sequences maximum nontrivial correlation merit factor modulo multiplication nonbinary nontrivial correlation value number of sequences obtained optical orthogonal sequence orthogonal sequence set out-of-phase ACF pair of sequences perfect array perfect sequences period TV periodic complementary periodic correlations polynomial of degree polyphase sequences primitive element primitive polynomial primitive polynomial h(x primitive root quadratic residue quadriphase sequences Rmax sequence designs sequences of length sequences of period set of Kasami set of sequences shift register Sidelnikov signal Type-I vector m-sequence