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The Application of Narrow-Band Dither Operating at the Nyquist Frequency in Digital Systems to Provide Improved Signal-to-Noise Ratio over Conventional Dithering

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The application of narrow-band dither operating at the Nyquist frequency to provide improved signal-to-noise ratio performance over conventional dither is discussed, as well as the increased magnitude of narrow-band dither required to be equivalent to wide-band dither. Experimental data comparing the performance of conventional narrow-band dither signals operating at the Nyquist frequency to wide-band dither signals are presented.

JAES Volume 35 Issue 6 pp. 446-454; June 1987
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