Xampling is a system architecture designed for sampling and processing of analog inputs at rates far below the Nyquist rate, whose underlying structure can be modeled as a union of subspaces. This website provides a brief introduction to union modeling and the Xampling framework, through several examples of engineering applications.
Kipnis, A. J. Goldsmith and Y. C. Eldar, “The Distortion-Rate Function of Sampled Wiener Processes”, submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, September 2016.
Cohen, D. Cohen, Y. C. Eldar and A. M. Haimovich, “SUMMeR: Sub-Nyquist MIMO Radar”, submitted to IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, August 2016.
Mishali and Y. C. Eldar, “Xampling: From Theory to Hardware of Sub-Nyquist Sampling,” tutorial #14, May 22nd, ICASSP 2011.