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Outputs of a Moving Window Cross Correlator When the Input is a Phase-Reversed Code

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1 Author(s)
Hollis, Ernest E. ; Sanders Associates, Inc., Bedford, Mass.

Figure 1 shows the cross correlation ¿pp(¿) of the plus code in the moving window with a plus code followed by a plus code. Figure 2 shows the cross correlation ¿pn(¿) of the code in the window with a plus code followed by a minus code.4 The displacement variable ¿ is quantized into bit lengths. The point ¿ = 0 is where the pluss code in the Window completely overlaps the first plus code, and the point ¿ = 52 is where the plus code in the window completely overlaps the code which follows the first code.5 (This code is a plus code in the case illustrated in Fig. 1 and a minus code in the case illustrated in Fig. 2.)

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:AES-3 ,  Issue: 1 )