Ganzenko Generation and properties of Gold’s sequence
Keywords:Gold’s sequences, correlation, formation, Fourier analysis
The article shows principles generation of Gold's sequences, shown a block diagram of sequence generator, based on shift registers and step by step description of its work. We calculated the spectral characteristics of sequences of different lengths. Based on the analytical representation of the spectrum of the sequence was obtained expression for calculating the bandwidth. For Gold’s sequences of different length were calculated autocorrelation functions and levels of lateral release in comparison with the max length sequence, also were considered a periodic autocorrelation.
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