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INFERRING THE PERIODICITY OF DISCRETE SIGNALS

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Summary of the technology

INFERRING THE PERIODICITY OF DISCRETE SIGNALS
Project ID : 4-2013-527

Description of the technology

A method for testing a signal comprises obtaining a signal, determining whether the signal has at least one period, measuring that period and providing the measurement as output. A power spectral density estimation can be used for signals having a single period, and an autocorrelation function with slicing can be used in an iterative procedure for finding multiple periods within signals.

Project manager

Oren Calfon
VP Business Development, ICT

Project researchers

Yuval Shavitt
T.A.U Tel Aviv University, Engineering
Electrical Eng-Systems

Udi Weinsberg
T.A.U Tel Aviv University, Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering

Oded Argon
T.A.U Tel Aviv University, Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering

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