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Preamble detection using cross-correlation

I am generating a preamble with a sequence of [1 -1 1 -1 1 -1....] and spread with a barker-11 sequence. Now, the transmitted signal becomes [B(Barker), -B(Inverse of Barker), B, -B,....]. In channel, ...
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Preamble Detection and Frequency Offset Estimation in radio packets

I have generated a radio packet of data with a preamble header of 0x55555555 and crc32 for the data only. The entire packet was separated in even and odd streams for I and Q. The I and Q were ...
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Why are the mark and space tones of these FSK signals reversed?

I'm working on a project involving FSK-modulated signals. I'm trying to reverse-engineer these signals to determine the preamble pattern used, because the protocol is proprietary. Shown below is a ...
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gnuradio: How can I change the value of the tag exiting the “Correlate Access Code - Tag” block?

Background: I have built a conventional demodulator in gnuradio and am trying to send payload data out of the flowgraph to an external Python script. I'm using gnuradio v3.7.12. It seems to me that ...
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OFDM Preamble Ripple Structure in Frequency Domain [closed]

After performing a time and frequency tuning of a signal, and plotting the result in frequency domain(abs value), the following ripple structure can be witnessed. The extracted bits are LFSR sequence(...
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Spectrum Sensing HW

I am interested to use an existing hardware to perform a spectrum sensing/monitoring in the frequency range of 2.2–2.6 GHz. Taking into account that the 802.11ac channels are in the range of 2.4–2.5 ...
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Find Preamble (pattern) in signal, using Corelation

I have a signal which always has the same preamble (4x 0xAA - 10101010...). I also have a signal with additive noise, and I want to find my preamble in that a noisy signal using corelation. U used ...