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The use of filters in digital coherent receivers operating in a jamming and noise environment

Damian Macone

The use of filters in digital coherent receivers operating in a jamming and noise environment

by Damian Macone

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  • Electrical engineering

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    Pagination132 p.
    Number of Pages132
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    Open LibraryOL25500912M

    Optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) monitoring is indispensable for ensuring robust and flexible optical networks that provide failure diagnosis, dynamic lightpath provisioning and modulation format adaptation. We propose and experimentally demonstrate a low-cost, modulation-format-independent OSNR monitoring scheme utilizing reduced-complexity coherent receptions, electrical filtering and. Class B: "A computing device that is marketed for use in a residential environment notwithstanding use in commercial, business, and environmental environments." A device that passes Class B limits may be used in a Class A environment. There are different tests that are required for FCC compliance.

    propose to mitigate jamming by adding a second filter in the receiver design. The traditional receiver uses a low pass filter to get rid of side channel interference and minimize the amount of noise that effects a channel [12]. This approach is not intended to thwart jamming but . This newly revised edition features: Advances in DSP, cellular, and software radio design Details on designing, operating, specifying, installing, and maintaining every kind of receiver in common use Specific design approaches, circuit examples, and component specs Help with microprocessors and logic devices Coverage of important pulse and data.

    I'll give you a good example of a non-linear filter for audio. When you record something that's very soft. So you have to boast up the signal a lot. When you boost the gain, you also increase the noise floor. The noise floor usually comes from the.   Whereas Internal Filters are built into the controller and address Process Noise, External Filters are generally hardware-based solutions that can be used to correct for Signal Noise. An unfortunate aspect is that as a practitioner you’re forced to choose a .


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The use of filters in digital coherent receivers operating in a jamming and noise environment by Damian Macone Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Theses and Dissertations Thesis Collection An analysis of jamming effects on non-coherent digital receivers. Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Theses and Dissertations Thesis Collection Performance of coherent multilevel digital communications receivers in the presence of noise.

In this paper we present a multimicrophone array for adaptive speech processing in a multipath and reverberant environment. Our proposed system for noise reduction consists of two stages: first the incoherent noise components are removed by Wiener filtering of the received signals.

In a second step the possible coherent noise sources, which cannot be suppressed by the Wiener filtering are Cited by: An n-dimensional coherent-noise function requires an n-dimensional input value. Its output value is always a scalar. In libnoise, all coherent-noise functions are three-dimensional.

Three-dimensional coherent noise is often called solid noise because it can be used to create solid three-dimensional textures. The following graph shows the output. the concepts of noise temperature and Y-factor noise measurement before exploring the use of the Y-factor method for mixer noise-figure measurements.

Examples of double-sideband (DSB) and single-sideband (SSB) noise-figure measurements are discussed. A similar version of this article appeared in the May issue of Microwave Journal.

IntroductionFile Size: KB. Digital signal processing (DSP) combined with a phase and polarization diverse coherent receiver is a promising technology for future optical networks.

Not only can the DSP be used to remove the need for dynamic polarization control, but also it may be utilized to compensate for nonlinear and linear transmission impairments. In this paper we present results of a Gbit/s nonlinear. Jamming Signal Assume that the radar signal is s(t), of which the spec-trum is S(f).

The creation of jamming signal is as follows: interrupted-sampling pulse p(t) is used to sample the radar signal s(t), the transmitted sampled signal is modulated by pseudo-random sequence u(t). The jamming signal equals to the multiplication of s(t), u(t File Size: 1MB. To solve the problem, most noise suppression methods, for example, use noise filters for noise sources and shield wiring and ferrite cores for noise propagation paths.

In this paper, we propose a. Receiver operating characteristics for the coherent UWB random noise radar Article in IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 37(2) - May with 54 Reads.

2 1. Introduction to the DSP-9+ The DSP-9+ is an audio noise filter for amateur radio voice, data and CW operation. The DSP-9+ filters and reduces noise and interference to improve radio Size: KB. Radar is a detection system that uses radio waves to determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects.

It can be used to detect aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain.A radar system consists of a transmitter producing electromagnetic waves in the radio or microwaves domain, a transmitting antenna, a receiving antenna (often the same.

• Jamming transmissions • Meteorological balloon transmissions • Guided missile transmissions Noise investigation involves the use of a wide assortment of equipment and presents many problems which are not encountered in ‘Y’ work.

A ‘noise’ station had to be equipped so as to cover the complete range of frequencies from M/F to UHF. Conexant AudioSmart technology enables clear voice pick-up in a far-field use case, even in a very challenging environment with competing talkers. Therefore, noise reduction has been a fundamental enabling technology and an indispensable component for these applications that must recognize or transmit speech in noisy environments.

The book describes the theory, implementation and applications of multi-channel noise reduction for robust hands-free speech : Paperback. jamming. It concatenates a short random noise pulse, with frequency components very close to the Nyquist rate, to the radar pulse. Due to incoherent sampling, the DRFM slightly distorts the random noise pulse when digitized.

An EP processor on the radar, using a matched filter, is able to detect this slight distortion, and thereforeFile Size: 4MB. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to modern electronic warfare (EW) in an era of information warfare (IW). It explores the capabilities of coherent radar and digital signal processing to rapidly and accurately classify targets.

Both naval and air electronic EW are covered in this resource. Approximation Methods for Electronic Filter Design: With Applications to Passive, Active and Digital Networks by Richard W. Daniels () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(3).

Bessel Filters Bessel filters use the direct-form transfer function as shown in Figure 1. Other filters, however, use a cascade approach, as explained later in this report.

An analog Bessel filter has a nearly linear phase response. This property translates only approximately into to the digital version, Size: KB. 14 Introduction to Digital Filters Digital filters are used for two general purposes: (1) separation of signals that have been combined, and (2) restoration of signals that have been distorted in some way.

Analog (electronic) filters can be used for these same tasks; however, digital filters can. where P is the power dissipation. Receivers for mm-wave frequencies will have increased power consumption due to their higher BW, aggravated by the low-voltage technology needed for speed, compared to typical 2 GHz receivers.

Thus, considering the thermal challenges given the significantly reduced area/volume for mm-wave products, the complex interrelation between linearity, NF. Efficient filter design against interrupted sampling repeater jamming for wideband radar Wei Xiong1,2, Gong Zhang1* and Wenbo Liu3 Abstract Interrupted sampling repeater jamming (ISRJ) is an effective coherent jamming, which can induce false high-resolution range profile (HRRP) and image to greatly complicate the target detection and Cited by: 4.Gabe Podcast Sakthi Monk Media Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment, The by CELNART, Élisabeth Olivier I LOVE PACA Podcast Mr.J Featured Full text of "A comparison of DDS and DRFM techniques in the generation of smart noise jamming waveforms".Analog Filters Filters can be used to attenuate unwanted signals such as interference or noise or to isolate desired signals from unwanted.

They use the frequency response of a measuring system to alter the dynamic characteristics of a signal. A common instrumentation filter application is the attenuation of high frequencies to avoid.