Arbitrary Length Perfect Integer Sequences Using All-Pass Polynomial

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Arbitrary Length Perfect Integer Sequences Using All-Pass Polynomial

By: 
Soo-Chang Pei; Kuo-Wei Chang

A novel method is proposed to construct arbitrary length perfect integer sequences based on all-pass polynomial. It uses a fact that associative sequence of an all-pass polynomial is guaranteed to be perfect. In addition, geometric series method is our special case. Moreover, perfect Gaussian integer sequences can also be constructed. Furthermore, this approach can be applied to symmetric perfect sequences design. Finally, perfect sequence with low degree of freedom can be achieved by the difference set. Concrete examples are illustrated.

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