I am a signal processing researcher specializing in cyclostationary signal processing (CSP).

I am hoping to use this blog to help students and researchers learn the basics of CSP, and also to help me learn about new applications of CSP techniques. Since this is a blog, I’ll also post rants, compliments, pet peeves, tips-n-tricks, paper reviews, data sets, etc.

You can leave comments on the posts or contact me at cmspooner @ ieee . org.

Please see this post for information about how best to obtain my assistance with your CSP work.

For beginners, start here.

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  1. Greetings. I have an interest in using cyclostationary spectral analysis to extract signal features for a task that I am researching. Would it be possible to share you matlab code that computes the cyclostationary spectral correlation? Thank you.

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