Detection in Correlated Gaussian Plus Impulsive Noise
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Despite the widespread use of the additive Gaussian noise model, it is well recognized that many important environments are distinctly non-Gaussian. We present a detector which is designed to operate in a correlated Gaussian plus impulsive noise environment The detector whitens the data robustly and then uses a two-sided threshold test to determine the presence of impulsive samples. The impulsive samples are discarded and the remaining samples are used to detect the presence or absence of a signal using a matched filter. An approximate analysis is presented and simulations are used to demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach. © 1992 IEEE
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems
Efron, Adam J., Peter F. Swaszek, and Donald W. Tufts. "Detection in Correlated Gaussian Plus Impulsive Noise." IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 28, 4 (1992): 932-943. doi:10.1109/7.165356.