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Analysis Method of Nonstationary Waveforms Based on a Modulation Model
Yumi TAKIZAWA Atsushi FUKASAWA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1997/06/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Signal Processing Theories and Applications Based on Modelling of Nonstationary Processes)
nonstationary waveform, waveform modellin, instantaneous phase angle, instantaneous maximum entropy method, normalization,
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An analysis method is proposed for nonstationary waveforms. Modelling of a nonstationary waveform is first given in this paper. A waveform is represented by multiple oscillations. The instantaneous phase angle of each oscillation is written by three terms, predictive component, residual component, and initial phase constant. By this modelling, waveform analysis results in estimations of frequency, calculation of residual pbase in instantaneous phase angle. The Instantaneous Maximum Entropy Methods (IMEN) is utilized for frequency estimation. The residual phase angle is obtained by the Vandermonde matrix and the condition of continuity of phase angle among n-neighbourhood. Another analysis method is also proposed by the normalization of waveform parameters. The evaluation of the proposed method is done using artificially composed waveform signals. Novel and useful knowledge was provided by this analysis.