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The use of discrete references in a random reference correlator (Corresp.)

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The performance of a random reference correlator (RRC) having discretely distributed references is examined in terms of its precision. The numerical calculations for Gaussian inputs disclose that a sufficient precision can be achieved with a small number of the reference levels m provided the ratio of the maximum amplitude of the references to the root-mean-square amplitude of the inputs \eta is chosen such that \eta < \sim m .

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IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )