1. MATLAB script for rectangular-pulse BPSK example. This is a MATLAB m-file with a .doc extension to allow me to upload it here.
  2. My dissertation from UC Davis, 1992. (Errata)
  3. The signal files used in the Gallery of Spectral Correlation post.
  4. read_binary.m for reading my binary signal files into MATLAB.
  5. theory_and_meas_functions_mat (zipped) for the PSK estimator verification post.
  6. MATLAB function for creating a SRRC BPSK signal.
  7. The jpg and MATLAB .fig files for the figures in the digital QAM post.
  8. My CV.
  9. Data files for one of the posts.
  10. Comparison PSDs for DeepSig’s three 2016 RML data sets (from One Last Time).
  11. Images (including .fig) for the plots in the Cumulant Gallery post.

12 thoughts on “Downloads”

  1. Dr. Spooner,

    While I might have missed where you took this down intentionally, it appears there is no link to your theory_and_meas_functions_mat.doc file. The post linked here recommends downloading it from this page, but there is no link. I’m new to the blog, but look forward to implementing some of the techniques described here and verifying them against your results.

    Sam L

    1. Thanks for the comment Sam. I had some other recent trouble with stuff on the Downloads page, yet I haven’t messed with most of that stuff in ages. So, I have to take a look. Once I figure out what is going on, I’ll reply again here.

    1. Thanks for leaving a comment on the CSP Blog Bruce!

      I show a couple measured spectral correlation functions for captured LTE signals in the Gallery post (near the end). I have to display them as cyclic domain profiles because the cycle frequencies are numerous and so a typical 3D surface plot would be too confusing to the eye.

      In My Papers [16], I show some SCFs for an OFDM signal used in WiFi:

      SCFs for captured WiFi OFDM

      Some slices of the cyclic autocorrelation function for captured LTE are shown in a comment I made on another post.

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