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Optimal Frequency Band Design Scheme of Dyadic Wavelet Processor Array Using Surface Acoustic Wave Devices

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6 Author(s)
Changbao Wen ; Sch. of Electron. & Control Eng., Chang'an Univ., Xian ; Changchun Zhu ; Yongfeng Ju ; Yanzhang Qiu
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In this paper, the relationship between the center frequency and radius of bandwidth and its effect on the frequency band characteristics of dyadic wavelet processor array using surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices are studied, and an optimal frequency band design scheme is proposed. For an arbitrary scale wavelet processor, we proposed that the center frequency is defined to three times of the radius of frequency bandwidth. The frequency band design scheme ensures that the frequency band coverage factor is equal to 100% at -3 dB, which avoid the signal loss caused by the discrete frequency band and the device waste caused by the redundant frequency band. With the frequency band design scheme, an experiment of implementing a dyadic wavelet processor array using SAW devices with five scales is presented. Experimental results confirm that the frequency band coverage factor equals 100% at -3 dB without discrete and redundant frequency band.

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 4 )