Receiver Canonic Models
Final technical rept. 8 Dec 1973-7 Mar 1974
SIGNATRON INC LEXINGTON MA
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The report is concerned first with the computer determination of optimum parameters of a tapped-delay line canonic model of third order interference generation, and second with the use of this model in simulating receiver response to waveforms. Factors such as complexity and realism of the interference environment are used to establish the necessary cases and boundary values to be approximated by the model. The convergence of the tapped-delay-line model to a frequency-polynomial model, and the rate of this convergence, are used to establish limits on group delay and tap spacing.
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