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Generalizations of Cyclostationary Signal Processing: Spectral Analysis and Applications by Antonio Napolitano

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5.8 Conjugate Covariance

For complex-valued processes, both covariance and conjugate covariance are needed for a complete second-order characterization (Picinbono 1996), (Picinbono and Bondon 1997), (Schreier and Scharf 2003a), (Schreier and Scharf 2003b).

In this section, results analogous to those stated in Lemma 4.4.7 and Theorems 4.6.4, and 4.7.7 are presented for the conjugate covariance of the bifrequency cross-periodogram and the frequency-smoothed cross periodogram.

Lemma 5.8.1 Conjugate Covariance of the Bifrequency Cross-Periodogram. Let img and img be second-order harmonizable zero-mean singularly and jointly SC stochastic processes with bifrequency spectra and cross-spectra (4.95). Under Assumptions 4.4.2, 4.4.3, and 4.4.5 (with Δf = 1/T), the conjugate covariance of the bifrequency cross-periodogram (4.93) is given by

(5.157) equation

with

(5.158) equation

(5.159) equation

(5.160) equation

where, for notation simplicity, ...

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