Abstract

It is shown that for any given bandpass, the phase-only filter always gives a better peak-to-correlation energy than the matched filter. An example is given that shows that this result does not carry over when one uses a more general measure of the peak-to-sidelobe ratio.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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