Filtering Techniques for Chaotic Signal Processing
AbstractThe vulnerability of chaotic communication systems to noise in transmission channel is a serious obstacle for practical applications. Traditional signal processing techniques provide only limited possibilities for efficient filtering broadband chaotic signals. In this paper, we provide a comparative study of several denoising and filtering approaches: a recursive IIR filter, a median filter, a wavelet-based denoising method, a method based on empirical modes decomposition, and, finally, propose the new filtering algorithm based on the cascade of driven chaotic oscillators. Experimental results show that all the considered methods make it possible to increase the permissible signal-to-noise ratio to provide the possibility of message recognition, while the new proposed method showed the best performance and reliability. View Full-Text
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Butusov, D.; Karimov, T.; Voznesenskiy, A.; Kaplun, D.; Andreev, V.; Ostrovskii, V. Filtering Techniques for Chaotic Signal Processing. Electronics 2018, 7, 450.
Butusov D, Karimov T, Voznesenskiy A, Kaplun D, Andreev V, Ostrovskii V. Filtering Techniques for Chaotic Signal Processing. Electronics. 2018; 7(12):450.Chicago/Turabian Style
Butusov, Denis; Karimov, Timur; Voznesenskiy, Alexander; Kaplun, Dmitry; Andreev, Valery; Ostrovskii, Valerii. 2018. "Filtering Techniques for Chaotic Signal Processing." Electronics 7, no. 12: 450.
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