The Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform

An Easy, Stable, And Fast Construction Of Multiple Orthogonal Spread Spectrum Signals

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Abstract

A method for constructing spread spectrum sequences is presented. The method is based on a linear, orthogonal, symmetric transform, the Rudin-Shapiro transform (RST), which is in many respects quite similar to the Haar wavelet packet transform. The RST provides the means for generating large sets of spread spectrum signals. This presentation provides a simple definition of the symmetric RST that leads to a fast $N\log(N)$ and numerically stable implementation of the transform.
Original languageDanish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the IEEE ICASSP 2003, Hong Kong, April 6-10
Number of pages4
PublisherIEEE
Publication date2003
Pages397-400
ISBN (Print)0-7803-7663-3
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventThe Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform -
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Harbo, A. L-C. (2003). The Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform: An Easy, Stable, And Fast Construction Of Multiple Orthogonal Spread Spectrum Signals. In Proceedings of the IEEE ICASSP 2003, Hong Kong, April 6-10 (pp. 397-400). IEEE.
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Harbo, AL-C 2003, The Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform: An Easy, Stable, And Fast Construction Of Multiple Orthogonal Spread Spectrum Signals. in Proceedings of the IEEE ICASSP 2003, Hong Kong, April 6-10. IEEE, pp. 397-400, The Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform, 19/05/2010.

The Symmetric Rudin-Shapiro Transform : An Easy, Stable, And Fast Construction Of Multiple Orthogonal Spread Spectrum Signals. / Harbo, Anders La-Cour.

Proceedings of the IEEE ICASSP 2003, Hong Kong, April 6-10. IEEE, 2003. p. 397-400.

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