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Here is my question: The input to Low pass filter is : S(k)=(E)^1/2+double frequency term+n(k), k=0,1,... Where we have assumed scaling so that scaling so that n(k) is a standard normal random variable for each k and \$n_{i}\$ is independent of \$n_{j}\$ for i not equal to j, i,j=0,1,... . We may ignore the double frequency terms and assume they are suppressed, either completely or at least sufficiently, by LPF. Now, please explain me how to compute s(n) ignoring double frequency term and square root of E. some says by definition s(0)=1??? How??? Also isnt standard normal distribution a unique random variable?

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