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On the response of an RC filter-hard limiter- RC filter detector to nonzero-mean white Gaussian noise (Corresp.)

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A three-element detector, consisting of an RC filter with time constant 1/a , a hard limiter, and finally an RC filter with time constant 1/b , is considered. The detector is stimulated by a nonzero-mean white Gaussian noise input, and the system output is observed. A Markov assumption on the hard limiter output leads to a closed-form expression for the output density, which is verified to be close to the actual output density of the detector by computer simulations.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 3 )