Receiver synchronization for multi-h continuous phase modulation using multi-parameter estimation
"Multi-parameter estimation theory is applied to multi-h continuous phase modulation signals to produce self-synchronizing receiver structures for successful operation in the presence of additive white Gaussian noise. Carrier phase synchronization and symbol timing clock recovery are treated as separate issues. Two MAP sequence estimation structures are developed and tested in a computer simulation to track a normal random walk carrier phase jitter process in conjunction with data symbol decoding by means of the Viterbi algorithm. A maximum likelihood estimation structure is developed for delayed tracking of the symbol timing clock in the absence of random carrier phase jitter"--Abstract, page ii.
Ziemer, Rodger E.
Cunningham, David R.
Kern, Frank J.
Carlson, Gordon E.
Hicks, Troy L.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
© 1983 John Michael Liebetreu, All rights reserved.
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Digital modulation -- Mathematical models
Signal processing -- Digital techniques
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Liebetreu, John Michael, "Receiver synchronization for multi-h continuous phase modulation using multi-parameter estimation" (1983). Doctoral Dissertations. 70.
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