> >>>> Do you mean matched filtering or is "match" filtering something > >>>> different? > > >>> North filter. > > >> Far more commonly known as a "matched filter", > > > How long did it take you to figure that out? > > >> which requires no > >> special kind of convolution, only the ordinary, mundane kind. There's > >> no deconvolution involved. > > > How is the original waveform recovered with a North Filter? > > Bret, can you stick with the common semantic? before today, i have > never heard of a "North filter".
Is anyone still whining about "match filter" or "matched filter", both of which google up tens of thousands of on point hits in less time than it takes to play trifling word games.
> i am assuming from Eric's response and > yours, that it is synonymous with "matched filter".
> a matched filter is not about recovering an original waveform.