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The use of explicit forms for Walsh functions removes much of the confusion surrounding these interesting functions and permits simple proofs of their properties. Thus, for example, their period is far easier to determine than Alexandridis found, but their Fourier spectra are more complex than Schreiber's approximation suggests. For wave-form analysis, certain Walsh functions--the regular symmetric square waves--are more useful than are the others.
Date of Publication: May 1972