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Power Spectral Density of Complex Signals.

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I have N number of time-domain complex signals. And I want to find the corresponding power spectral density of these signals. The usual way I think is to find the autocorrelation of the signals. Then, the fourier transform of it. My question is, how do I find the power spectral density oof complex signals? Is it the same way? Autocorrelation of complex signals? Autocorrelation of the magnitude of the complex signals?
 

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