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16 QAM Carrier Recovery PLL for Service-Channel Transmission Using FSK Additional Modulation

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3 Author(s)
Saito, Y. ; NTT Public Corp., Kanagawa, Japan ; Horikawa, I. ; Yamamoto, H.

This paper describes the design and performance of the 16 QAM carrier recovery PLL for service-channel transmission using FSK additional modulation. When FSK additional modulation is applied, tracking phase error occurs and corrupts the 16 QAM signal. To reduce the phase error without widening the loop noise bandwidth is an important issue in the 16 QAM-FSK double modulation scheme. An analytical expression to estimate the peak phase error due to class 4 partial response FSK is established, By using the approximation formula, an optimization of the carrier recovery PLL is presented. Moreover, experiments and computer simulations are carried out for the 200 Mbit/s 16 QAM and 64 kbit/s SC double modulation system. As a result, it is demonstrated that a 0.1 dB 16 QAM equivalent power loss and an 8 dB frequency deviation margin of SC transmission performance can be obtained.

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 8 )