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Phase synchronization in BPSK

In BPSK for demodulation at the receiver end we do phase recovery between received wave and carrier wave. We can find the phase difference between the carrier and received waves using : PLL And ...
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Compensating Loudspeaker frequency response in an audio signal

I have been working on a project in which I was required to work on the audio signals recorded from the loudspeaker kept in front of a filter. So, to simply explain it: $$\boxed{\rm LoudSpeaker} \...
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Location of Matched Filter

In a digital communication receiver, matched filter(SRRC filter) is used. In different literatures, the location of the matched filter is mentioned in two different places. One is just after the ADC ...
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Recovering signal for psk

I am currently working on a product(cant disclose too much details of the actual project) in which some data is being sent via audible(but on the higher freq) sound that is encoded with dqpsk. ...
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High modulation index PSK - carrier recovery

How to recover the carrier of a PSK signal that has high modulation index (eg. 750 symbols per second at carrier frequency 1500 Hz)? I guess that a PLL will not be able to lock onto it with such ...
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non linear equalizer vs linear equalizer

i understand that there are linear equalizers such as MMSE and ZF, however there are also non-linear equalizers such as MLD. i would like to know what is the difference between a non-linear equalizer ...
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FFT-based coarse carrier recovery for QPSK

An FFT-based coarse frequency acquisition block is being tested in GNU Radio. The algorithm used can be found on the GOES satellite user manual and is summarized in the figure below. The algorithm ...
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Isn't Gardner's algorithm and Early-Late gate the same thing?

I'm reading about some symbol synchronization methods and I find these two (ELG and Gardner) very similar. Early-Late gate takes 2 samples, one at $t=T-\delta$ and the other at $t=T+\delta$, then ...
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Recursive Least Square Adaptive Linear Equalizer

For the adaptive filter to work properly, a desired signal d(n) needs to be provided. The output from the equalizer y(n) is subtracted from d(n) to produce an error signal, which is used to adjust the ...
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The benefits of a fractionally spaced equalizer

I often read that one of the benefits of FSE vs a symbol rate equalizer, besides avoiding any aliasing in the roll off region, is that it is less sensitive to the timing phase. What does that really ...
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Does zero-forcing equalizer need known channel impulse response?

I'm studying some of the basic equalizing structres and I understand how Zero-forcing works, but it seems to me that a known channel impulse response is needed. Am I right? If so, what's the point? I ...
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phase difference detection

For application of syncing sampling clock phase to carrier phase of received signal where the received signal is sampled with 10 times the carrier phase and modulated with the PSK shown in the figure (...