Frequency Selective Compressed Sensing by Jacek Pierzchlewski, Thomas Arildsen
In this paper the authors describe the problem of acquisition of interfered signals and formulate a filtering problem. A frequency-selective compressed sensing technique is proposed as a solution to this problem. Signal acquisition is critical in facilitating frequency-selective compressed sensing. The authors propose a filtering compressed sensing parameter, which allows to assess if a given acquisition process makes frequency-selective compressed sensing possible for a given filtering problem. A numerical experiment which shows how the described method works in practice is conducted.
The page and codes of the paper are available on the Interference Reduction for Direct Conversion Receiver Using Compressed Sensing.
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