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The maximum absolute error term is roughly 2 times the input power for the Gardner TED. Having a fixed (or predictable) input power, through the use of an AGC, means you can scale the error term to adjust the speed at which corrections will be performed. With M-QAM modulations (for M > 4), the input power will vary depending on the symbol, and thus the ...


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