Methods of Signal Processing for Adaptive Antenna Arrays [electronic resource] / by Larysa Titarenko, Alexander Barkalov
- Signals and Communication Technology, 1860-4862
- So far there does not exist any theory of adaptive spatial signal processing (ASSP) for signals with uncertain parameters. This monograph is devoted to the development of this theory, which is very important in connection with wide spreading of telecommunications and radio links in the modern society. This theory can be applied for the development of effective radio communications. In the book some original approaches are proposed targeting the development of effective algorithms of ASSP with not exactly known parameters. They include both probabilistic and deterministic approaches for synthesis of robust algorithms of ASSP. The solution of problems also can be reduced to the construction of some operators for the Banach space which is presented in the book. “Methods of Signal Processing for Adaptive Antenna Arrays” targets professionals, students and PhD students in the area of telecommunications and should be useful for everybody connected with the new information technologies.
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