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A New Type of One-Bit Digital Correlator

  • T. W. Cole (a1)

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Given an ordered set of samples {ai } of some function, then the autocorrelation of that function is the mean lagged product of these samples.

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A New Type of One-Bit Digital Correlator

  • T. W. Cole (a1)

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