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Data Transmission Signal Design and AnalysisThe error performances of several digital signaling methods are determined as a function of a specified signal-to-noise ratio. Results are obtained for Gaussian noise and impulse noise. Performance of a receiver for differentially encoded biphase signaling is obtained by extending the results of differential phase shift keying. The analysis presented obtains a closed-form answer through the use of some simplifying assumptions. The results give an insight into the analysis problem, however, the actual error performance may show a degradation because of the assumptions made in the analysis. Bipolar signaling decision-threshold selection is investigated. The optimum threshold depends on the signal-to-noise ratio and requires the use of an adaptive receiver.
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Moore, J. D. (Louisiana Polytechnic Inst. Ruston, LA, United States)
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August 7, 2013
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September 1, 1972
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Publication: Auburn Univ. The NASA-ASEE Summer Fac. Fellowship Program
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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