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Topic: about spectral deconvolution
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PARTICLEREDDY

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Registered: 6/23/06
Re: about spectral deconvolution
Posted: Nov 7, 2006 11:22 PM
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hi jane,
yes very good thing you asked regarding spectral
deconvolution, i remember once i came across a paper in which two
spectral are deconvolved, he uses hilbert transform for doing so, i
dont remember exactly, you should be able to get if you type words in
search of IEEE
by hilbert, deconvolution

hope that should help you

or

Transform
convolution( | X(F) |^2 , | Y(F) |^2 ), ========> A(T) *
B(T)

you should know atleast one signal A(T) or B(T),then deconvolution is
easy.

particlereddy



Jane wrote:
> Does anybody know how to find the matlab code for spectral
> deconvolution? Thanks,
>
> Jane





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