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2-2

Let us apply the Gram-Schmidt procedure to the set of four waveforms illustrated in

Fig.4.2-1a.

s1 (t )

The waveform s1 (t ) has energy E1 = 2 , so that f1 (t ) = . Next, we observe that

2

s (t )

c12 = 0 ; hence s2 (t ) and f1 (t ) are orthogonal. Therefore f 2 (t ) = 2 . To obtain f 3 (t ) ,

2

we compute c13 and c23 , which are c13 = 2 and c23 = 0 . Thus,

f 3' (t ) = s3 (t ) − 2 f1 (t ) = {0−;1(;otherwise

( 2 ≤ t ≤ 3)

)

Since f 3' (t ) has unit energy, it follows that f 3 (t ) = f 3' (t ) . In determining f 4 (t ) , we find

that c14 = − 2 , c24 = 0 , and c34 = 1 . Hence

f 4' (t ) = s4 (t ) + 2 f1 (t ) − f3 (t ) = 0

three orthonormal functions are illustrated in Fig4.2-1b.

Example 4.2-3

Let us obtain the vector representation of the four signals shown in Fig.4.2-1a by using

the orthonormal set of functions in Fig4.2-1b. Since the dimensionality of the signal

space is N=3, each signal is described by three components. The signal s1 (t ) is

characterized by the vector s1 = ( 2 ,0,0 ). Similarly, the signals s2 (t ) , s3 (t ) and s4 (t ) are

characterized by the vectors s2 = ( 0, 2 ,0 ), s3 = ( 2 ,0,1 ), and s4 = ( − 2 ,0,1 ),

respectively. These vectors are shown in Fig4.2-2. Their lengths are s1 = 2 , s2 = 2 ,

2

s3 = 3 , and s4 = 3 , and the corresponding signal energies are Ek = sk , k=1,2,3,4.

We have demonstrated that a set of M finite energy waveforms {sn(t)} can be represented

by a weighted linear combination of orthonormal functions {fn(t)} of dimensionality

N ≤ M . The functions {fn(t)} are obtained by applying the Gram-Schmidt

orthogonalization procedure on {sn(t)}. It should be emphasized, however, that the

functions {fn(t)} obtained from Gram-Schmidt procedure are not unique. If we alter the

order in which the orthogonalization of the signals {sn(t)} is performed, the orthonormal

waveforms will be different and the corresponding vector representation of the signals

{sn(t)} will depend on the choice of the orthonormal functions {fn(t)}. Nevertheless, the

vectors {sn} will retain their geometrical configuration and their lengths will be invariant

to the choice of orthonormal functions {fn(t)}.

The orthogonal expansions described above were developed for real-valued signal

waveforms.

Finally, let us consider the case in which the signal waveforms are band-pass and

represented as

where {slm(t)} denote the equivalent low-pass signals.

Signal energy may be expressed either in terms of sm(t) or slm(t), as

∞ ∞

1

Em = ∫ s (t )dt = ∫ | slm (t ) |2 dt

2

m (4.2-43)

−∞

2 −∞

The similarity between any pair of signal waveforms, say sm(t) and sk(t), is measured by

the normalized cross correlation

1

∞

⎧⎪ 1

∞

⎫⎪

Em Ek ∫− ∞sm (t )sk (t )dt = Re⎨⎪ 2 Em Ek ∫s lm (t ) slk* (t )dt ⎬

⎪⎭

(4.2-44)

⎩ −∞

∞

1

ρ km = ∫s

*

lm (t ) slk (t )dt ( 4.2-45)

2 Em E k −∞

Then,

∞

1

Re( ρ km ) =

Em Ek ∫s

−∞

m (t ) sk (t )dt (4.2-46)

or, equivalently

sm ⋅ sk s ⋅s

Re( ρ km ) = = m k (4.2-47)

sm sk Em Ek

comprise one set of parameters that characterize the similarity of a set of signals.

Another related parameter is the Euclidean distance between a pair of signals

∞ 1

d (e)

km = sm − sk = { ∫ [sm (t ) − sk (t )] dt} 2 2

−∞ (4.2-48)

1

= {Em + Ek − 2 Em Ek Re( ρ km )} 2

1

(e)

d km = {2 E[1 − Re( ρ km )]}2 (4.2-49)

Thus, the Euclidean distance is an alternative measure of the similarity (or dis-similarity)

of the set of signal waveforms or the corresponding signal vectors.

In the following section, we describe digitally modulated signals and make use of the

signal space representation for such signals. We shall observe that digitally modulated

signals, which are classified as linear, are conveniently expanded in terms of two

orthonormal basis functions of the form

2

f1 (t ) = cos 2πf ct

T

(4.2-50)

2

f 2 (t ) = − sin 2πf ct

T

Hence, if slm(t) is expressed as slm(t) = xl(t) +jyl(t), it follows that sm(t) in Eq. 4.2-42 may

be expressed as

sm (t ) = xl (t ) f1 (t ) + yl (t ) f 2 (t ) (4.2-51)

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