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Volume 7, Issue 5 - Dec 1996
Volume 7, Issue 4 - Oct 1996
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Aug 1996
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Performance analysis of PSK communication system according to the types of disturbance of electromagnetic interference in an impulsive noise environment
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the performance of M-ary PSK communication system according to the types of electromagnetic interference in an impulsive noise environment. We have introduced Gaussian, sinusoidal and rectangular waves as a electromagnetic interference. Using the derived equations, we evaluated the error performance of the BPSK and QPSK system in the presence of electromagnetic interference and impulsive noise. From results, we have obtained that the Gaussian wave produced the most significant performance degradation and that sinusoidal wave produced more performance degradation than rectangular wave. Therefore, without knowing the types of electromagnetic interference, it is best to regard it as Gaussian wave when designing a communication system. In addition, we could found out that the error performance degrades as impulsive noise becomes strong and the error performance can not be improved significantly even the electromagnetic interference becomes weak. Therefore, this describes that the impulsive noise affects dominantly to the performance degradation.
The Ray Tracing Modeling Using the Modified Image Method in Microcellular Environment
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 15~25
This paper proposes the modified image method scheme to search the reflected points and the method to calculate the number of rays. These methods are applied to the ray tracing technique for received power and delay profile prediction in microcelular environment. With ray tracing model using these methods, we show the simulated results for various environmental structures. To demonstrate the validity of this approach, these simulated results are compared and analysed with measured results in apartment towns along the street. In addition we proposed the optimum number of multipath rays with the results in microcellular environment.
Design of the Electromagnetically Coupled Broadband Microstrip Antennas with Radial Tuning Stub
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 26~35
In this paper, characteristics of the electromagnetically coupled broadband microstrip antennas are analyzed by the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method, and antenna para- meters are optimized to get maximum bnadwidth. By using short radial tuning stub in microstrip feedline, electromagnetically coupled microstrip antenna shows broadband (
13%) characteristics, and the characteristics are varied as a function of radius, radial angle, and position of the radial tuning stub. Operating frequency, return loss, VSWR and input impedance are calculated by Fourier transforming the time domain results. After optimization of the parameters, maximum bandwidth of the radial stub tuning microstrip antenna is about 15% and the ripple char- acteristic of the VSWR is better than the rectangular tuning stub microstrip antenna.
A Study on the Electromagnetic Interference from 765kV Test Line
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 36~42
In general, EMI(electromagnetic interference) from EHV(extra high voltage) power lines above 50kV cause interference to AM radio and low VHF television reception. This paper describes the results of long-term measurement of RI and TV1 in 765kV, double circule of
(1.65k inches) diammer
(Rail) ACSR conductors in suitable for 766kV transmission lines to provide acceptable EMI at 15m fro the beneath of outmost phase.
Design of Nonreciprocal Twin-toroidal Ferrite Phase Shifter
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 43~52
Nonreciprocal twin-toroid ferrite phase shifter is designed, fabricated, and tested. ABCD matrix method is used to design the phase shifter and to compute its optimum dimen- sions. Quarter-wave two-section impedance matching transformers are utilized in order to match the impedance of the empty guide to that of the ferrite-loaded guide. Driving circuit controls the current needed to drive the phase shifter. Measured insertion loss and VSWR characteristics within the operaring band(9.1GHz ~ 9.5GHz) are less than 1.2dB and 1.15, respectively. After temperature compensation technique is appied to the phase shifter, the measured phase error of the phase shifter is less than
A Study on the 8W High Power Amplifier for VSAT at Ku-band
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 53~60
The 8W hybrid MIC SSPA has been developed in the frequency range from 14.0 GHz to 14.5 GHz for uplink of KOREASAT's earth station. The whole system was designed of two parts with driving amplifier and high power amplifier to simplify the fabrication process. we reduced weight and volum of power amplifier through arranging the bias circuits in the same housing. The realized SSPA has a small signal gain of
within 500 MHz bandwidith, and the input and output return losses are over 7dB and 12dB respectively. The output power of 39.0 ~ 39.2dBm is achieved at the 1dB gain compression point of 14 GHz, 14.25 GHz, and 14.5 GHz. That reveals higher power than 8W of design target. The proposed SSPA manufacture techni- ques in this paper can be applied to the implementation of power amplifiers for some radars and SCPC.
Multiple Differential Feedback Detection of M-ary DPSK Signal in Shadowed Rician Fading Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 61~70
M-ary differential phase shift keying(DPSK)is a bandwidth efficient digital modulation technique and recently has attracted increased attention in mobile satellite communication application where the available radio bandwidth is limited. Coherent detection offers good BER performance in AWGN channel. However, it requires long acquisition times in fading environment. In this paper, we analyze the BER performance of M-ary DPSK signal using the Multiple Differ- ential Feedback Detection(MDFD) technique in Rician fading and shadowed Rician fading channel. MDFD is an efficient scheme to decrease the performance gap between differential and coherent reception by increasing the complexity of the conventional differential receiver to some extent. Compared to the multiple symbol maximum likelihood detection technique, the multiple differential feedback detection technique has a much simpler structure for hardware implementation. Espe- cially, this technique has application to land mobile satellite channel which can vary in time and space between AWGN and rapidly fading channel.
Detection of Phase Error Due to the Doppler Effect in Low Earth Orbit Mobile Satellite Communication Network in the Presence of Interference and Rician Fading
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 71~82
In this paper, the Doppler phase error due to the relative velocity between a satellite and the earth station in communications using a low earth orbit mobile satellite is detected. The performance of BPSK system in the presence of Rician fading with Doppler phase error and interference, noise is compared with that of the system disturbed by Doppler phase error and noise only. The expression of error rate performance of BPSK system is derived as the type of complementary error function. The numerical calculation of the induced equation are performed in terms of satellite-height, orbit-eccentricity, the velocity of the earth, Rician fading parameter, signal to interference rateio (SIR), the ratio of carrier frequency and base band bit rate. The main conclusion that can be drawn from this analysis is that Rician fading channel environment with Doppler phase error and interference effect yields severe performance degradation than Do- ppler phase error and noise effect in satellite communication channel. And using the numerical calculation, we give a quantitative insight how much the satellite communication channel parameters degrade the system performance. Furthermore it is shown that an appropriate transmission power control for the performance enhancement is beneficial to the new satellite communication system planning.
A Study on the RF and Microwave Circuit Analysis in the SPICE
The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, volume 7, issue 1, 1996, Pages 83~91
The SPICE circuit analysis program has a limited math capability and, in general, cannot be used for RF and microwave simulation because a complex arithmetic is required to compute S-parameters from node voltages. This paper presents two test bench models that can be used to obtain node voltages proportional to incident, reflected, and transmitted signals. From SPICE computed node voltages, S-parameters are computed using the math capability of the PSPICE post processor, PROBE, as an example for a low-pass filter consisting of transmission line sections. The results of this example are compared with another high frequency circuit analysis program, TOUCHSTONE. The difference between the results of these two programs in magnitude was less than 0.003 and in phase was a few tenths of a degree. By using these test benchs to simulate a filter, RF and microwave analysis can be made with the SPICE, which can be a cost-effective and readily available computational tool for educators and practicing engineers.