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Basic Concepts of Random Processes

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Recall that a second-order process is WSS if its mean function is constant and its autocorrelation function depends only on the difference of its arguments.

Suppose $T = \Rbb$. The {\bf power spectral density} (or {\b...
...ega k} R_X(k),}
\end{displaymath}assuming the transform exists.
A sufficient condition for the existence of $S_X$ is that $\int_{-\infty}^\infty \vert R_X(\tau)\vert d\tau < \infty$ or $\sum_{k=-\infty}^\infty \vert R_X(k)\vert < \infty$ .

Suppose $R_X(\tau) = \sigma^2 e^{-\beta\vert\tau\vert}$. Then
...e-band (e.g., nearly
white) noise which has been lowpass filtered.

The Ideal Low Pass Process. Suppose
...$, etc. If the
signal were Gaussian, it would also be independent.

Let $R_X(k) = \sigma^2 r^{\vert k\vert}$ for $\vert r\vert < 1...
... \frac{\sigma^2(1-r^2)}{1-2 r \cos \omega + r^2}.

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