phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Jun 4 04:59:24 EDT 2007
In message <5A87D544-4CBC-4AC9-BE2D-A1C95505DB7E at femto-st.fr>, Enrico Rubiola w
>It has been demonstrated that in the case of detecting the
>zero crossings in highly polluted signals, if the hard limiter
>is used instead of the full resolution of an ideal ADC (infinite
>number of bits), the SNR is made worse by less than 2 dB.
For moderately strong signals: yes.
For weak signals: no.
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