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The merit factor of long low autocorrelation binary sequences (Corresp.)

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The asymptotic "merit factor," i.e, the ratio of central to sidelobe energy of extremely long, optimally Iow autocorrelation sequences, formerly calculated as 2e^{2}=14.778 \cdots with the use of an ergodicity hypothesis and a convenient, but faulty, approximation, is recalculated without that approximation and is established at 12.32 \cdots .

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 3 )