Publications 2010 Adaptive Methods in Discrete Stroboscopy

V. Karklin’sh and K. Krumin’sh. Adaptive Methods in Discrete Stroboscopy.  Automatic Control and Computer Sciences, 2010, Vol. 44, No. 5, pp. 266–271.


We offer three expansion methods of the amplitude (dynamic) range in the discrete stroboscopic signal conversion. Methods are developed, based on the classical methods of discrete stroboscopic signal conversion - the statistical method and "up-and-down" method. Suggested methods are called adaptive, because they use additional information about the behavior of the converted signal, received in a given phase of the measurement signal, or information obtained in the previous one phase of the measurement. The effectiveness of the proposed methods is illustrated by statistical modeling of the ultrawideband radar signal model - the harmonic oscillation transformation.