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Improving the Speed of a Class of Single Frequency Estimation Algorithms

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1 Author(s)
Reinking, J.T. ; Welkin Sci., Colorado Springs

Recently, a class of recursive algorithms for single frequency estimation has been developed based on the rotate-add-decimate (RAD) method. The computational bottleneck of the RAD approach is the calculation of the arctangent function required to create a frequency estimate at the end of each recursion. This work demonstrates speed gains are possible with minimal loss in mean squared-error (MSE) performance by deferring accuracy in the calculation of the arctangent function until the final recursion.

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Region 5 Technical Conference, 2007 IEEE

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20-22 April 2007