Suppression of correlated non-gaussian noise at the output of EXPLORER and NAUTILUS gravitational antennae

A.V. Gusev, V.N. Rudenko and I.V. Tsybankov1

Abstract

We consider the opportunity of amplitude-frequency suppression of correlated (colored) noise at the output of the resonant gravitational antennae Explorer and Nautilus when they process information with the aid of an inertia-free nonlinear nonlinear converter with an optimum characteristic with respect to the signal-to-noise ratio.

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