24 October 2006 Study on the FOG's signal based on wavelet
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In order to study on the fiber optical gyro (abbreviated as FOG) signal based on wavelet, this paper researches the FOG signal drift model and the properties of wavelet analyzed noise, introduces the wavelet filtering method, wavelet base selection, soft and hard threshold value de-noising algorithm and compulsive filtering based on The Haar wavelet. These threshold value filtering results of both of the soft and of the hard threshold value for the same wavelet base of db4 with the same Donoho threshold values and these results of compulsive filtering based on The Haar wavelet and db4 wavelet are presented also in this paper and then these main conclusions based on foregoing analysis are reached: Larger the resolving scale is, the filtering effect is more perfect. The soft threshold value filtering effect is better than that of the hard threshold value filtering at the cost of calculation when the threshold value is same. The zero shift of the compulsive filtering is least when both the wavelet and the resolving scale are same for these filtering methods. For the compulsive filtering with same wavelets, the filtering effect of Harr is better than that of db4 and the calculation of the former is fewer. Finally the author point out that applying the compulsive filtering with the Harr wavelet base and suitable resolving scale to the signal processing of FOG be helpful for the FOG's design and manufacturing.
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Ji-qiang Tang, Ji-qiang Tang, Jian-cheng Fang, Jian-cheng Fang, Yan-shun Zhang, Yan-shun Zhang, } "Study on the FOG's signal based on wavelet", Proc. SPIE 6357, Sixth International Symposium on Instrumentation and Control Technology: Signal Analysis, Measurement Theory, Photo-Electronic Technology, and Artificial Intelligence, 63570H (24 October 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.716743; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.716743
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