Nonparametric Estimation of the Phase Difference Using RV1 and MSL Windows


This paper describes the measurement and nonparametric estimation of section distinction with stronger inhibition of spectral leakage. The section difference is estimated by discrete Fourier remodel coefficients around element peaks using Rife–Vincent windows category I (RV1) and the minimum side-lobe level (MSL) windows. Selecting a suitable window order, MSL windows demonstrate a terribly low bias error and lower noise error propagation than RV1 windows. A practical example evaluates the accuracy of the used windows in estimations.

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