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1 Author(s)
John P. Costas ; General Electric Co., Electronics Park, Syracuse, N.Y.

Message transmission over a noisy channel is considered. Two linear networks are to be designed: one being used to treat the message before transmission and the second to filter the treated message plus channel noise at the receiving end. The mean-square error between the actual transmission circuit output and the delayed message is minimized for a given allowable average signal power by proper network design. Numerical examples are given and discussed.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 9 )