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Detector based on the energy of filtered noise

Detector based on the energy of filtered noise

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This study deals with the detection of unknown signals in white noise. The authors present a new detector, based on the difference of a deterministic function of the energy of the signal and the energy of the same signal, which has been filtered. Unlike usual energy detector (ED), the proposed detector consists in exploiting the behaviour of the energy of filtered white noise, which can be a priori determined since the used filter is known. Thus, if the measured energy differs from an expected value, the detector decides that a signal is present in the band. In order to have the same asymptotic complexity as ED, a simple two-tap filter is used. The theoretical expressions of the probabilities of detection and false alarm are developed, and the optimal threshold is deduced. Simulations show that the proposed detector achieves better performance than ED, in both additive white Gaussian noise and Rayleigh channels. Furthermore, the relevance of the analytical results is proved through simulations.

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