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Data-aided carrier tracking loops

William C. Lindsey

Data-aided carrier tracking loops

by William C. Lindsey

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Published by Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology in Pasadena .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space vehicles -- Control systems.,
  • Carrier control systems.,
  • Aerospace telemetry.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] W. C. Lindsey [and] M. K. Simon.
    ContributionsSimon, Marvin Kenneth, 1939- joint author., Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL3025 .L49
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 29 l.
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5133810M
    LC Control Number74299798

      Providing a pilot aided phase recovery of a carrier of an input digital signal Z k having signal fields of L s symbol signals, L P pilot symbol signals Z P (k) and (L s −L P) data symbol signals Z d (k), by for each signal field. calculating an unwrapped pilot phase estimate {circumflex over (θ)} f (P) (l); initiating with {circumflex over (θ)} f (P) (l) a first digital phase locked loop. Full text of "Deep Space Telecommunications Systems Engineering" See other formats.

      The book you sjggested by Meyr is good to read. And there is a good topic on "Feedforward Synchronizers for short Burst Operation". I will be going through that. >There are different non-data-aided and data-aided options. Some references. Analyzed frequency and time tracking loops with low sampling rates. Technical task leader of the design of the A/ARTI (Advanced Rotorcraft Technology Integration) helicopter autopilot. Designed the algorithms and software of several elevation data compression algorithms used in the Harris digital map.

    A Low-Complexity Iterative Phase Noise Tracker for Bit-Interleaved Coded CPM Signals in AWGN Nele Noels, Member, IEEE, Marc Moeneclaey, Fellow, IEEE, Frederik Simoens, and Daniel Delaruelle, Member, IEEE resulting from a data-aided (DA) PLL that knows the transmitted waveform in advance4. Aachen) and Dr. S. Fechtel (Siemens AG), he is a. or non-data-aided (NDA) synchronization mode[1], [2]. On the one hand, DA parameter estimation techniques rely on the presence of pilot symbols in the data frame and may lead to unacceptable losses in terms of power and spectral efficiency. On the other hand, NDA synchronization algorithms drop some statistical information about the.


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Data-aided carrier tracking loops by William C. Lindsey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ing receiver for use in suppressed carrier-tracking systems. The receiver referred to as a data-aided receiver (DAR) incorporates a data-aided loop (DAL) which provides the required carrier reference signal. The DAL employs the principle of decision feedback and as such is more efficient than other forms of suppressed carrier-tracking loops.

The performance of discrete-time decision directed (DD) first order phase locked loops (PLL) for a 8PSK modulated signal Data-aided carrier tracking loops book evaluated under the disturbance of thermal noise and 1/f2 phase noise.

In this paper, blind and data-aided receivers are compared for coherent single-carrier optical systems in terms of complexity, tracking ability, and convergence speed.

11 TRACKING LOOPS WITH IMPROVED PERFORMANCE Introduction The MAP Estimator of Phase for a Single-Channel System Data-Aided Carrier-Tracking Loops The Stochastic Integro-differential Equation of Operation Nonlinear Analysis for Second-Order DALs with Identical Loop Filters As we saw in chapters 6 and 8, coherent demodulation of a passband signal requires exactly the same carrier frequency and phase to perform the demodulation.

But the receiver usually has an independent timing reference, as illustrated in figure 13–1. Deriving the carrier frequency and phase from the data bearing signal is the topic of this.

As we saw in Chapters 5 and 6, coherent demodulation of a passband signal requires exactly the same carrier frequency and phase to perform the demodulation. But the receiver usually has an independent timing reference, as illustrated in Fig.

14–1. Deriving the carrier frequency and phase from the data bearing signal is the topic of this chapter. – In most wireless modems, frequency and phase synchronization are performed separately: • Channel phase are estimated from data directly or channel estimates • First order feedback loop is used for tracking remote BTS Tx frequency – It is called frequency locked loop (FLL) or frequency tracking loop (FTL) – The differences between.

An effective approach for parameter determination of the digital phase-locked loop in the z-domain there are mainly two kinds of approaches utilized for carrier recovery: the non-data-aided (NDA) method and the data-aided NDA algorithms are implemented by using the suppressed-carrier tracking loops Cited by: 2.

performance and/or tracking speed - Convergence speed is very important in mobile systems - Long feedback loops can be avoided (e.g., in hybrid solutions, loops from the digital part back to the analog part are needed) => speed In many cases, the same algorithms can be adapted to analog, hybrid, or digital Size: KB.

In data aided algorithms, CFO estimation is carried out in two stages namely a coarse estimation or acquisition stage and fine estimation or tracking stage (Gao et al ). This chapter addresses the CFO estimation in packet based transmission and proposes a novel data aided algorithm for fine estimation.

Data Aided CFO EstimationFile Size: KB. In this paper we present two new Non Data Aided (NDA) phase detectors (PDs) for carrier synchronization Phase Locked Loops (PLLs) in M-ary Phase Author: LinnYair.

DD feedback carrier phase recovery. In the case of op-tically uncompensated links, chromatic dispersion (CD) is compensated using blind estimation7, in order to keep the resulting training sequence short.

Fig. 1: Data-aided receiver with blind tracking MMSE vs. LMS. This thesis investigates the performance in the presence of CCI and multipath fading of three symbol timing recovery schemes, maximum likelihood (ML) non-data aided (NDA) and data-aided (DA) tracking loops, and a ML block symbol synchronizer, for QPSK, π/4—shift DQPSK, and 16—QAM modulation schemes.

In the first part of the thesis, analysis of the three symbol synchronizers in a combined. locked loops (PLLs) have demonstrated reduced performance when operated in burst-mode systems. In this thesis, a feedforward (FF) digital carrier recovery technique to achieve rapid carrier synchronization is proposed.

The estimation algorithms for determining carrier offsets in. Books on Telecommunications. New Releases and Reviews Books on Telecommunications. New Releases and Reviews SYNCHRONIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL RECEIVERS John Wiley & Sons, The world is turning digital; we have all noticed that.

receiver demodulation followed Viterbi, receiver parameter VLSI technology and the recent explosion of the. We give a new application of recently developed singular perturbation methods in the area of mathematical theory of nonlinear consider the phenomenon of cycle slipping in a second order phase-locked loop (PLL) which serves as demodulator for a random FM message.

We introduce new scaling parameters into the Ito system of stochastic differential equations describing the PLL, thus Cited by: AI_ (Provide comments to pre-RED CDMA book) was closed at the meeting during page-by-page review of the document.

AI_ (Provide elliptic filter characteristics) was closed and included in inputs RFM_ and RFM_ It was noted that the Green Book G Issue 2 was made available on the CCSDS web pages.

Bhatti J and Moeneclaey M () Feedforward data-aided phase noise estimation from a DCT basis expansion, EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking,(), Online publication date: 1-Jan This is the first book to offer a clear and solid framework for understanding various techniques and applications to modem design.

An accessible introduction to the state of the art in digital synchronization for data transmissions systems, the volume employs the basic concepts of parameter estimation theory to systematically derive synchronization algorithms that can be implemented in fully.

The Invention relates to a process for providing a phase synchronization of a pilot aided carrier of an input digital signal z(k), said signal z(k) comprising signal fields comprised of L s symbol signals, namely a block of L P pilot symbol signals Z P (k) and a data field of (L s -L P) data symbol signals Z d (k), and characterized in that it comprised for each signal field (l Cited by: 6.

Full text of "Synchronizatino Communication Control Lindsey" See other formats.Skip to Article Content; Skip to Article Information.Workers in signal processing will find in these papers the latest advances and results, as well as indications on future research and analysis in this rapidly developing field.

Show less This was the sixth in the sequence of the international conferences promoted and organized by the European Association for Signal Processing.