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A useful theorem for nonlinear devices having Gaussian inputs

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If and only if the inputs to a set of nonlinear, zero-memory devices are variates drawn from a Gaussian random process, a useful general relationship may be found between certain input and output statistics of the set. This relationship equates partial derivatives of the (high-order) output correlation coefficient taken with respect to the input correlation coefficients, to the output correlation coefficient of a new set of nonlinear devices bearing a simple derivative relation to the original set. Application is made to the interesting special cases of conventional cross-correlation and autocorrelation functions, and Bussgang's theorem is easily proved. As examples, the output autocorrelation functions are simply obtained for a hard limiter, linear detector, clipper, and smooth limiter.

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Information Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 2 )

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June 1958

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