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Frequency differences between two partially correlated noise channels

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Approximate probability distributions of the difference frequency between two noise channels which contain dissimilar Gaussian, rectangular or triple-tuned RLC band-pass filters are calculated. For noise channels that differ only in time delay, a proportionality between rate of change of instantaneous frequency and the difference frequency is assumed. For dissimilar filters, an approximately equivalent single filter-time delay process is defined. The single filter is determined from the moment averages of the two dissimilar filters, while the equivalent time delay is computed by equating the magnitude of the correlation function in the two processes.

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Information Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 2 )

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April 1961

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