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Spectral densities of PCM waveforms Multi Level Signaling

Demodulation/Detection

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- 1. Lecture # 7: Sept. 24, 2002 Review of Lecture 6 - PCM Waveforms Remaining portion of Chapter 2 - Spectral densities of PCM waveforms - Multi Level Signaling Chapter 3: Baseband Demodulation/Detection
- 2. Generation of Line Codes The FIR filter realizes the different pulse shapes Baseband modulation with arbitrary pulse shapes can be detected by correlation detector matched filter detector (this is the most common detector)
- 3. Comparisons of Line Codes Different pulse shapes are used to control the spectrum of the transmitted signal (no DC value, bandwidth, etc.) guarantee transitions every symbol interval to assist in symbol timing recovery1. Power Spectral Density of Line Codes (see Fig. 2.23, Page 90) After line coding, the pulses may be filtered or shaped to further improve there properties such as Spectral efficiency Immunity to Intersymbol Interference Distinction between Line Coding and Pulse Shaping is not easy2. DC Component and Bandwidth DC Components Unipolar NRZ, polar NRZ, and unipolar RZ all have DC components Bipolar RZ and Manchester NRZ do not have DC components
- 4. First Null Bandwidth Unipolar NRZ, polar NRZ, and bipolar all have 1st null bandwidths of Rb = 1/Tb Unipolar RZ has 1st null BW of 2Rb Manchester NRZ also has 1st null BW of 2Rb, although the spectrum becomes very low at 1.6Rb
- 5. Section 2.8.4: Bits per PCM Word and Bits per Symbol L=2l Section 2.8.5: M-ary Pulse Modulation Waveforms M = 2k Problem 2.14: The information in an analog waveform, whose maximum frequency fm=4000Hz, is to be transmitted using a 16-level PAM system. The quantization must not exceed ±1% of the peak-to- peak analog signal. (a) What is the minimum number of bits per sample or bits per PCM word that should be used in this system? (b) What is the minimum required sampling rate, and what is the resulting bit rate? (c) What is the 16-ary PAM symbol Transmission rate?
- 6. Chapter 3: BasebandDemodulation/Detection Detection of Binary Signal in Gaussian Noise Matched Filters and Correlators Bayes’ Decision Criterion Maximum Likelihood Detector Error Performance
- 7. Demodulation and Detection AWGN DETECT DEMODULATE & SAMPLE SAMPLE at t = T RECEIVED WAVEFORM FREQUENCY RECEIVING EQUALIZING DOWN FILTER FILTER THRESHOLD MESSAGE TRANSMITTED CONVERSION WAVEFORM COMPARISON SYMBOL OR CHANNEL FOR COMPENSATION SYMBOL BANDPASS FOR CHANNEL SIGNALS INDUCED ISI OPTIONAL ESSENTIAL Figure 3.1: Two basic steps in the demodulation/detection of digital signalsThe digital receiver performs two basic functions: Demodulation, to recover a waveform to be sampled at t = nT. Detection, decision-making process of selecting possible digital symbol
- 8. Detection of Binary Signal in GaussianNoise 2 1 0 -1 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2 1 0 -1 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2 1 0 -1 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
- 9. Detection of Binary Signal in GaussianNoise For any binary channel, the transmitted signal over a symbol interval (0,T) is: s0 (t ) 0 ≤ t ≤ T for a binary 0 si (t ) = s1 (t ) 0 ≤ t ≤ T for a binary 1 The received signal r(t) degraded by noise n(t) and possibly degraded by the impulse response of the channel hc(t), is r (t ) = si (t ) * hc (t ) + n(t ) i = 1,2 (3.1)Where n(t) is assumed to be zero mean AWGN process For ideal distortionless channel where hc(t) is an impulse function and convolution with hc(t) produces no degradation, r(t) can be represented as: r (t ) = si (t ) + n(t ) i = 1,2 0≤t ≤T (3.2)
- 10. Detection of Binary Signal in GaussianNoise The recovery of signal at the receiver consist of two parts Filter Reduces the received signal to a single variable z(T) z(T) is called the test statistics Detector (or decision circuit) Compares the z(T) to some threshold level γ0 , i.e., H1 z(T ) > < γ0 where H1 and H0 are the two possible binary hypothesis H0
- 11. Receiver FunctionalityThe recovery of signal at the receiver consist of two parts:1. Waveform-to-sample transformation Demodulator followed by a sampler At the end of each symbol duration T, predetection point yields a sample z(T), called test statistic z (T ) = a (t ) + n (t ) i = 1,2 i 0 (3.3) Where ai(T) is the desired signal component, and no(T) is the noise component1. Detection of symbol Assume that input noise is a Gaussian random process and receiving filter is linear 1 1n 2 p (n0 ) = exp − 0 (3.4) σ 0 2π 2 σ0
- 12. Then output is another Gaussian random process 1 1 z − a 2 p ( z | s0 ) = exp − σ 0 σ 0 2π 2 0 1 1 z − a 2 p ( z | s1 ) = exp − σ 1 σ 0 2π 2 0 Where σ0 2 is the noise variance The ratio of instantaneous signal power to average noise power , (S/N)T, at a time t=T, out of the sampler is: S ai2 = 2 N T σ0 (3.45) Need to achieve maximum (S/N)T
- 13. Find Filter Transfer Function H0(f) Objective: To maximizes (S/N)T Expressing signal ai(t) at filter output in terms of filter transfer function H(f) ∞ ai (t ) = ∫ H ( f ) S ( f ) e j 2πft df (3.46) −∞ where S(f) is the Fourier transform of input signal s(t) Output noise power can be expressed as: N0 ∞ σ = ∫ 2 0 | H ( f ) |2 df 2 −∞ (3.47) Expressing (S/N)T as: ∞ 2 ∫ j 2πfT H ( f ) S( f ) e df S −∞ = N T N0 ∞ 2 ∫ −∞ | H ( f ) |2 df (3.48)
- 14. For H(f) = H0(f) to maximize (S/N)T, ; use Schwarz’s Inequality: ∞ 2 ∞ 2 ∞ 2 ∫ −∞ f1 ( x) f 2 ( x)dx ≤ ∫ −∞ f1 ( x) dx ∫ −∞ f 2 ( x) dx (3.49) Equality holds if f1(x) = k f*2(x) where k is arbitrary constant and * indicates complex conjugate Associate H(f) with f1(x) and S(f) ej2π fT with f2(x) to get: ∞ 2 ∞ 2 ∞ 2 ∫−∞ H ( f ) S ( f ) e j 2πfT df ≤ ∫ H ( f ) df −∞ ∫−∞ S ( f ) df (3.50) Substitute in eq-3.48 to yield: S 2 ∞ 2 ≤ N T N 0 ∫−∞ S ( f ) df (3.51)
- 15. S 2E Or max ≤ and energy E of the input signal s(t): N T N0 ∞ 2 Thus (S/N)T depends on input signal energy E =∫ S ( f ) df −∞ and power spectral density of noise and NOT on the particular shape of the waveform S 2E Equality for max ≤ holds for optimum filter transfer N T N 0 function H0(f) such that: H ( f ) = H 0 ( f ) = kS * ( f ) e − j 2πfT (3.54) h(t ) = ℑ 1 {kS * ( f )e − j 2πfT } − (3.55) For real valued s(t): kS (T − t ) 0 ≤ t ≤ T h(t ) = (3.56) 0 else where
- 16. The impulse response of a filter producing maximum output signal- to-noise ratio is the mirror image of message signal s(t), delayed by symbol time duration T. The filter designed is called a MATCHED FILTER kS (T − t ) 0 ≤ t ≤ T h(t ) = 0 else where Defined as: a linear filter designed to provide the maximum signal-to-noise power ratio at its output for a given transmitted symbol waveform
- 17. Correlation realization of Matched filter A filter that is matched to the waveform s(t), has an impulse response kS (T − t ) 0 ≤ t ≤T h(t ) = 0 else where h(t) is a delayed version of the mirror image (rotated on the t = 0 axis) of the original signal waveformSignal Waveform Mirror image of signal Impulse response of waveform matched filter Figure 3.7
- 18. This is a causal system Recall that a system is causal if before an excitation is applied at time t = T, the response is zero for - ∝ < t < T The signal waveform at the output of the matched filter is t (3.57) z (t ) = r (t ) * h(t ) = ∫ r (τ )h(t −τ )dτ 0 Substituting h(t) to yield: r (τ ) s[T − (t −τ )]dτ t z (t ) = ∫0 r (τ ) s[T − t +τ ]dτ t = ∫0 (3.58) When t=T, T z (t ) = ∫0 r (τ ) s (τ ) dτ (3.59)
- 19. The function of the correlator and matched filter are the same Compare (a) and (b) From (a) T z (t ) = ∫ r (t ) s (t ) dt 0 T z (t ) t =T = z (T ) = ∫ r (τ ) s (τ )dτ 0
- 20. From (b) ∞ t z (T ) = r (t ) * h(t ) = ∫ r (τ )h(t − τ )dτ = ∫ r (τ )h(t − τ )dτ −∞ 0 But h(t ) = s(T − t ) ⇒ h(t − τ ) = s[T − (t − τ )] = s(T + τ − t ) t ∴ z (t ) = ∫ r (τ ) s (τ + T − t )dτ 0 At the sampling instant t = T, we have T T z (t ) t −T = z (t ) = ∫ r (τ ) s(τ + T − T )dτ = ∫ r (τ ) s (τ )dτ 0 0 This is the same result obtained in (a) T z (T ) = ∫ r (τ ) s (τ ) dτ 0 Hence z (T ) = z (T )

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