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Phase smoothing functions for continuous phase modulation

David Ken Asano

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Published
**1990**
by National Library of Canada in Ottawa
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Series | Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 2 microfiches. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19309697M |

ISBN 10 | 0315568097 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 25089947 |

Continuous-wave Modulation. In the continuous-wave modulation, a high frequency sine wave is used as a carrier wave. This is further divided into amplitude and angle modulation. If the amplitude of the high frequency carrier wave is varied in accordance with the instantaneous amplitude of the modulating signal, then such a technique is called. Phase modulation techniques and characteristics. where E b is the energy per bit and N 0 is the noise power spectral density.. Soft-Decision Demodulation. All Communications Toolbox demodulator functions, System objects and blocks can demodulate binary .

Although this linear phase trajectory is continuous, it is not smooth since the derivative of the phase is not continuous. The spectral efficiency of CPM can be further improved by using a smooth phase trajectory. This is typically accomplished by filtering the phase trajectory prior to modulation, commonly using a Raised Cosine or a Gaussian filter. Abstract: In this letter, we supplement the derivation in Laurent's paper by mathematically proving that combining binary continuous phase modulation (CPM) signals in different bit durations results in the decomposed CPM expression consisting of a set of continuous amplitude-modulated pulse by: 5.

Phase modulation 1. PHASE MODULATION Angle Modulation 2. Phase modulation (PM) is a form of modulation that represents information as variations in the instantaneous phase of a carrier wave. Modification in phase according to low frequency will give phase modulation. 3. PM changes the phase angle of the complex envelope in direct proportion to. modulation techniques. Only a handful of books provide insight on how these techniques can be modeled and simulated. Predominantly, such books utilize the sophisticated built-in functions or toolboxes that are already available in software like Matlab. These built-in functions or toolboxes hide a lot of background computations.

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Phase Smoothing Functions for Continuous Phase Modulation Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Transactions on Communications 42() - March. In this paper, the problem of signal design for continuous phase modulation is examined. Using the performance measures of effective bandwidth and minimum distance, 'optimal' signal shapes are calculated for various receiver observation intervals for full and partial response signaling.

Waveshaping using an exponential function; Sinusoidal waveshaping: evenness and oddness; Phase modulation and FM.

Exercises. Designer spectra. Carrier/modulator model; Pulse trains. Pulse trains via waveshaping; Pulse trains via wavetable stretching; Resulting spectra.

Movable ring modulation; Phase-aligned formant (PAF) generator; Examples. This paper addresses the space-time code design for Rayleigh-fading channels using continuous phase modulation (CPM). for the phase smoothing function being the raised cosine pulse.

shape [19]. The phase-smoothing functions that minimize the effective bandwidth for a given BER are calculated. A linear and polynomial approximation to these phase-smoothing functions are chosen. special kind of frequency modulation schemes called continuous phase modulation - CPM.

The schemes are particularly attractive because they have constant envelope and excellent spectral characteristics resulting from phase changes in a continuous manner. The complex envelope of any CPM signal can be represented as: () 2 () j t j k x h nT d v.

Frequency-domain equalization for continuous phase modulation (CPM) is investigated. A discrete representation of the CPM signal is obtained by using the Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization procedure. This is “continuous phase FSK” (CPFSK). o Smooth out the phase trajectory to avoid the slope discontinuity and • Generally, though, we can’t carry as many bits/sec in a given bandwidth with CPM as we can with linear modulation (e.g., BPSK with square root raised cosine), because we use only one coordinate.

modulation. Signal Spaces and basis functions Study of signal spaces provides us with a geometric method of conceptualizing the modulation process. In a physical space when we describe a vector by its coordinates (x, y); the vector is being described by a linear combination of two functions (1, 0) and (0, 1).File Size: KB.

Continuous Phase Modulation By imposing, within a modulation scheme, that the phase of a carrier be continuous from one symbol to the next, the level of sidebands of the transmitted signal can be reduced. In conventional FSK or PSK the phase of the carrier. A time-varying function called an "extra phase variation function" (EPVF) is added to the discrete phase of conventional modulation formats such as M-PSK and QAM to transmit additional data bits.

Phase-resolved, phase-modulation, or phase-sensitive lifetime measurements are based on the use of a continuous, sinusoidally modulated excitation source and phase-sensitive detection (Fig. 7).The experimentally measured parameters are the modulation (m) and the frequency-dependent phase shift (Ψ).The modulation of the excitation is given by b/a, where a is the average intensity and b is the.

Definition: Phase modulation is another type of angle modulation in which the phase of the carrier wave is changed according to the amplitude (magnitude) of the message (modulating) signal.

In phase modulation of an analog signal, the phase change is a continuous back and forth movement. Introduction Introduction In this chapter, we study a second family of continuous-wave(CW) modulation systems namelymodulation systems, namely, angle modulationangle modulation, in which the anglein which the angle of the carrier wave is varied according to the baseband Size: 1MB.

It encodes a message signal as variations in the instantaneous phase of a carrier wave. Phase modulation is one of the two principal forms of angle modulation, together with frequency modulation. The phase of a carrier signal is modulated to follow the. PHASE DEMODULATION. In phase modulation (pm) the intelligence is contained in the amount and rate of phase shift in a carrier wave.

You should recall from your study of pm that there is an incidental shift in frequency as the phase of the carrier is shifted. Because of this incidental frequency shift, fm demodulators, such as the Foster-Seeley discriminator and the ratio detector, can also be.

In contrast to other coherent digital phase modulation techniques where the carrier phase abruptly resets to zero at the start of every symbol (e.g. M-PSK), with CPM the carrier phase.

Phase modulation is most commonly used to convey digital signals. All high performance modems today use phase modulation. Similar to FM (frequency modulation), is Phase modulation. (We will show how they are the same in the next chapter.) If we alter the value of the phase according to a particular function, we will get the following.

MSK is a special case of Continuous-Phase Frequency Shift Keying (CPFSK) which is a special case of a general class of modulation schemes known as Continuous-Phase Modulation (CPM). It is worth noting that CPM (and hence CPFSK) is a non-linear modulation and hence by extension MSK is a non-linear modulation as well.

PM and digital modulation [] [] s p where 2 is the pk-pk phase change in one symbol duration, T For Digital signals the modulation index: FM signals have the same peak frequency deviation, then when m(t) is a sinusoidal signal set such that the PM and note: phase modulation index peakphasedeviation phase deviation θ π θ β β β θ θ θ θ File Size: KB.

Frequency modulation requires the oscillator frequency to deviate both above and below the carrier frequency. During the process of frequency modulation, the peaks of each successive cycle in the modulated waveform occur at times other than they would if the carrier were unmodulated.

This is actually an incidental phase shift that takes place along with the frequency shift in fm.‘Modulation is achieved by varying the phase of the basis functions depending on the message symbols.’ instead of the word ‘phase’ in the above line, it should be amplitude of the basis functions depends on the message symbol.

the linear combination of the basis functions in turn results in the output function whose phase depends on the.Continuous Phase Modulation MSK+g with smooth function s(t)=Acos(wct+(,t)). The transmitted information is contained in the phase. n (t,) 2h i q(t iT) i 0.

with. q (t) g (x) dx 0. Where g(t) is a smooth shape function over a finite interval [0 LT] where h: modulation index, L: No. of bits/symbol It can be represented in the I.