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|Title:||Error rates for narrow-band digital FM with discriminator detection in mobile radio systems|
|Authors:||Tjhung, Tjeng T. |
Lye, Kin M.
Koh, Kok A.
Chang, Kian B.
|Citation:||Tjhung, Tjeng T.,Lye, Kin M.,Koh, Kok A.,Chang, Kian B. (1990-07). Error rates for narrow-band digital FM with discriminator detection in mobile radio systems. IEEE Transactions on Communications 38 (7) : 999-1005. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Error rates for a narrowband digital FM system with discriminator detection in a land mobile radio channel characterized by fading and Doppler frequency shift are obtained using a new analytical method. The fading rate is assumed to be much slower than the bit rate so that signal distortion through a narrow bandpass filter can be analyzed via a quasistatic approach. An experiment was conducting using a Rayleigh fading simulator, and the error rate measurements are shown to agree well with the calculated results, except at high SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) where an irreducible error rate was observed.|
|Source Title:||IEEE Transactions on Communications|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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