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Research of the Signal Processing techniques applied to the Command Link Receiver of High Speed Aircrafts
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Research of the Signal Processing techniques applied to the Command Link Receiver of High Speed Aircrafts
Yun, Jung-Kug; Jung, Won-Hee; Kim, Kyun-Hoe; Yun, Myung-Han;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose the signal processing techniques for the command link receiver mounted to aircrafts flying at a high speed. In order to acquire the various information transmitted from ground through radio frequency links, the wide received signal range must be guaranteed as well as the carrier synchronization and symbol synchronization be performed correctly within short pulse sections. After the synchronization step, we should be able to achieve theoretical performance of the modulation and demodulation scheme applied as deciding bit and symbol at the time appointed. By test results, we make sure that the proposed signal processing techniques can be effectively applied command link receiver mounted to aircrafts.
 Keywords
Carrier synchronization;Symbol synchronization;Command link receiver;
 Language
Korean
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