tracking filter

tracking filter

[′trak·iŋ ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
Electronic device for attenuating unwanted signals while passing desired signals, by phase-lock techniques that reduce the effective bandwidth of the circuit and eliminate amplitude variations.
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In order to improve adaptability and robustness over a rough terrain, we add a strong tracking filter (STF) [14] on the basis of UFastSLAM.
Section 3.1 presents translation tracking filter. In Section 3.2 we describe scale tracking filter using the bidirectional scale estimation.
These include derivative control [1-3], tracking filter technique, based on either low-pass or high-pass first-order RC filters [4-9], and notch filter technique that employs two second-order Wien-bridge filters with the incommensurate resonance frequencies [10].
Phung, "Labeled Random Finite Sets and the Bayes Multi-Target Tracking Filter," IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol.
The same problem is also analyzed in [21] where a comparison between EKF, a pseudo measurement tracking filter, and a PF is pointed out.
A strong tracking filter (STF) was proposed by Zhou [21], which makes the output residuals approximate to Gaussian white noise by selecting appropriate time varying gains online.
Mahler, "A particle-systems implementation of the PHD multitarget tracking filter," in The International Society for Optical Engineering, vol.
The tuner integrates a tracking filter and high-linearity front-end, and it reduces power consumption by eliminating the second frequency conversion used in many other silicon tuners.
It includes a front-end LNA with internal AGC, a band-pass tracking filter, frequency conversion, gain control, and channel filtering blocks, plus a synthesizer (providing the local oscillator function) and auxiliary circuits.
A PLL is a closed loop negative feedback mechanism used as a most efficient and economical frequency multiplier and tracking filter.
In Figure 3, the 4th order component extracted from the sweep by GOT is shown in comparison to the same component extracted with a Vold-Kalman tracking filter. (7,8) Figure 3 also superimposes the envelope of both of these signal components, which is augmented by two insets to reveal details.
Therefore, the multiple models based on best-fitting Gaussian approximation and strong tracking filter will be introduced to GGIW-CPHD algorithm to track maneuvering group targets with unknown number in this paper.