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High-speed ultrawideband compressed sensing of sparse radio frequency signals

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Abstract

Using chirp processing of ultrafast laser pulses to perform pseudorandom measurements for compressed sensing, we successfully reconstruct multi-tone sparse-frequency microwave signals with an effective sampling rate well beyond the electronic limit.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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