2 edition of Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment found in the catalog.
Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment
A. D Spaulding
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Office of Telecommunications in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-192)
|Statement||A.D. Spaulding, David Middleton|
|Series||OT report -- 75-67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
In the treatment of channel coding as a separate operation independent of the modulation, the coded set of sequences generally has a smaller channel symbol duration than the uncoded set of sequences for the same information rate. Accordingly, the power spectrum density (PSD) of the channel signals changes essentially. On the other hand, if the modulation is designed in . A. Roy and John F Doherty, , "Signal Detection in an Impulsive Noise Environment Using Locally Optimum Detection", IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, pp. A. Roy and John F Doherty, , "Robust Interference Suppression in Spread Spectrum Systems using Locally Optimum Detection", IEEE Military Communications Conference, pp.
indicates that such interference often manifests itself as impulsive noise [1,2], which in some instances domi-nates over the thermal noise [1,3]. A particular source of impulsive noise in digital com-munication systems is interchannel interference [4,5]. For example, a strong close transmitter (say, WiFi) canCited by: In the following, we start to approximate their impulsive noise-free versions σ ^ e, n and ζ ^ n. Calculating σ ^ e, n and ζ ^ n. In an impulsive interference environment, the system noise η n consists of a white Gaussian noise z n and an impulsive noise ϑ Author: Xu Chen, Jingen Ni.
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Optimum Reception in an Impulsive Interference Environment - Part I: Coherent Detection Abstract: Because communications systems are seldom significantly interfered with by classical white Gaussian noise, it is necessary to consider other, appropriate (and tractable) interference models, if realistic estimates of system performance are to be obtained for the Cited by: Get this from a library.
Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment. [A D Spaulding; D Middleton; United States. Department of Commerce. Office of Telecommunications.]. Optimum Reception in an Impulsive Interference Environment - Part II: Incoherent Reception Abstract: In Part I, the relevant statistical properties of the recently developed statistical-physical model of generalized impulsive interference have been briefly reviewed (for sub Class A noise) and then applied specifically to optimum coherent by: Title: [2 papers, I:] Optimum Reception in an Impulsive Interference Environment.
[with II:] Optimum Reception in Non-Gaussian Electromagnetic Interference Environments: II. Optimum and Suboptimum Threshold Signal Detection in Class A and B Noise. Author Name: MIDDLETON, David (b. ) & A.D. SPAULDING. Categories: Communication Theory.
Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment. I - Coherent detection. II - Incoherent reception - NASA/ADS The statistical-physical model (developed by Middleton, ) of generalized impulsive interference is reviewed for sub Class A noise and applied to optimum coherent : A. Spaulding, D.
Middleton. Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment / A.D. Spaulding, David Middleton U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Office of Telecommunications Washington, D.C Australian/Harvard Citation.
Spaulding, A. & Middleton, D. & United States. Department of Commerce. Office of Telecommunications. Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment: Authors: Spaulding, A. D.; Middleton, D. electromagnetic interference. Specifically, class A interference is considered, where standard digital signal communications, both coherently and incoherently received, are employed.
The results obtained provide structures of optimum signal. Spaulding and D. Middleton, “Optimum Reception in an Impulsive Interference Environment-Part II: Incoherent Reception,” IEEE Transactions on Communications, Vol.
C0M, No. 9, September pp. – zbMATH CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 5. In this second part of an ongoing study, the general problem of optimum and suboptimum detection of threshold (i.e. weak) signals in highly nongaussian interference environments is further, developed from earlier work ([la],[lb];).
Both signal processing algorithms and performance measures are obtained canonically, and specifically when the electromagnetic interference environment. tool available to measure impulsive interference performance in a DVB-T system. Recently, a working group within the Digital Television Group, led by BBC R&D, carried out a series of theoretical and practical studies to devise a representative set of test waveforms for impulsive interference.
Middleton's class A interference model has properties that make it possible to represent a wide class of interference signals. By choice of model parameters, interference signals ranging from pure Gaussian distributed to pure impulsive interference can be modelled.
These properties make the model very useful for a large variety of by: Spaulding and D. Middleton, ”Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment-part 1: Coherent detection”, IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol 25(9),  Xueshi Yang and A.P. Petropulu, “Co-channel interference modeling and analysis in a Poisson field of interferers in wireless communications”, IEEE.
Specifications for CISPR radio interference measuring apparatus for the frequency range Mc/s to 30 Mc/s. Spaulding, A.D. and Middleton, D. Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment-Part I: Coherent direction.
Google Scholar. Spaulding, A.D. and Middleton, D. Optimum reception in an impulsive environment-Part II Author: J. Parsons, J. Gardiner. Signal Processing 4 () 25 North-Holland Publishing Company AN ADAPTIVE APPROACH TO SUPPRESS POWERFUL IMPULSIVE INTERFERENCE Eugene PLOTKIN* Dept. of Electrical Engineering, The Pennsyh'ania State University, University Park, PAUSA Arieh PLOTKIN Dept.
of Electrical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Cited by: 3. This analysis is then extended to cover important cases of incoherent reception, using the same general model for narrowband (Class A) impulsive interference as used in the analysis of optimum.
Our interference modeling and mitigation toolbox enables the generation and parameter estimation  of time series for the following impulsive distributions: Symmetric Alpha Stable model Middleton Class A model Gaussian Mixture model The Middleton Class A model is a special case of Gaussian mixture.
Spaulding, A.D.: `Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment',Ph.D. dissertation, University of Denver, Faculty of College of Engineering, Colorado, USA. 16) D.B. Smith, W.E. Bradley. The theory of impulsive noise in ideal frequency-modulated receivers.
Proc. Inst. Radio Engrs., - 17)Cited by: 2. Mitigation of RFI can be achieved by designing an optimum detector or a non-linear filter based on Middleton models for the interference noise.
i.e. their mathematical form is independent of the physical environment. Middleton models are classified with respect to the receiver bandwidth: “Optimum reception in an impulsive interference. Ver also added a demo providing capability to send user files through a impulsive noise channels.
References  A. Spaulding and D. Middleton, “Optimum reception in an impulsive interference environment-part I: Coherent detection,” IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol.
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