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24 September 1997 Wideband spectral reconstruction via short-time modified chirp z-transform processing
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In this paper the chirp z-transform is adapted for the spectral reconstruction of a wideband signal. Here, spectral reconstruction is based on the coherent and sequential processing of non-overlapping short-time segments. This approach eases hardware implementation in the presence of limited memory allocation and can provide savings in computational effort. In addition, it offers the flexibility of focusing the reconstruction of the spectrum on a narrow spectral band of interest.
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Ziad Fawzi Hamed and Benjamin C. Flores "Wideband spectral reconstruction via short-time modified chirp z-transform processing", Proc. SPIE 3161, Radar Processing, Technology, and Applications II, (24 September 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.283949
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