My colleague Dr. Apurva Mody (of BAE Systems, IEEE 802.22, and the WhiteSpace Alliance) and I have received a patent on a CSP-related invention we call tunneling. The US Patent is 9,755,869 and you can read it here or download it here. We’ve got a journal paper in review and a 2013 MILCOM conference paper (My Papers ) that discuss and illustrate the involved ideas. I’m also working on a CSP Blog post on the topic.
Welcome to the CSP Blog!
To help new readers, I’m supplying here links to the posts that have gotten the most attention over the lifetime of the Blog. Omitted from this list are the more esoteric topics as well as the posts that comment on the engineering literature.
What is Cyclostationarity?
Can I Get Help with my CSP Work Through the CSP Blog?
What is Higher-Order Cyclostationarity and What are Cyclic Cumulants?
How do You Estimate the Parameters of Second-Order Cyclostationarity?
The CSP Blog has been getting lots of new visitors these past few months; welcome to all!
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The CSP Blog has been up for about a year, and September 2016 was its best month: record numbers of visitors, page views, and views per visitor. Thanks to all of my readers!
In the near future, I’ll post on two new topics: Time-Delay Estimation and the Cyclic Polyspectrum.
The blog is getting good traffic:
But not many comments.
So, feel free to comment on this post with your suggestions on topics that you’d like to see discussed on the CSP blog. Now is your chance to influence my direction over the next weeks and months.
Thanks for reading!