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angle modulation mathworld

what is meant by the following terms "some refrences may be suggested":
1- matched filters
2- AWGN
3- linear modulation
4- hermitian transpose "for matrices"
5- kronecker product
6- kronecker delta
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1. Matched filters :

used in receivers to extract out the signal content.
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2. AWGN

It stands for additive white gaussian noise. This is the standard model
for noise for many communication channels.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AWGN

3. Linear Modulation

This a modulation technique. The digital data is linearly encoded into the amplitude of the signal.

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4. Hermitian Transpose

This is also called conjugate transpose.
so given a matrix A.

to compute the Hermitian transpose of A,
you can take its transpose, and then conjugate all of its elements.

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ConjugateTranspose.html

5. Kronecker Product
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6. Kronecker Delta
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kronecker_delta

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1)amplitude modulation is linear modulation and angle modulation falls under non linear modulation...
2)AWGN...additive white gausian noise...
noise will add with signal...it will have gaussion distribution....its value will a constant one for all frequencies..for that it is called with name tag "white"
 

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The first 3 topics can be found in any communications text.The 4th can be found in any math text.
The last two I don't know
 

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