FEATURES OF MULTIPLICATIVE COMPLEMENTARY SIGNAL CONSTRUCTIONS BASED ON GENERALIZED BINARY BARKER SEQUENCES

A. G. Holubnychyi

Abstract


Radio and signal processing systems often use spread-spectrum and pulse compression techniques combined with the matched filtering approach as the main signal processing scheme. Among different signals that have been designed for these techniques, Golay complementary sequences are well known signal constructions, which are additive complementary sequences in terms of the nature of their signal processing. The similar multiplicative complementary sequences, which based on generalized binary Barker sequences, also exist. Spectral and detection features of generalized binary Barker sequences and Golay complementary sequences, their comparative analysis are given in the article.


Keywords


Generalized binary Barker sequences; Golay complementary sequences; pulse compression technique; signal processing; spectral characteristics; signal detection

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