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Digital transmission performance of standard analog filters

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2 Author(s)
Leib, H. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., McGill Univ., Montreal, Que., Canada ; Pasupathy, S.

This work analyzes the performances of Bessel, Gaussian, Butterworth, and Chebyshev (0.1-dB ripple) filters for synchronous baseband digital transmission. Numerical results showing the effects of system parameters such as signal rate, filter bandwidth, filter order, and pulse duty-cycle are presented. For rectangular inputs, linear phase filters perform better than those with nonlinear phase, from the viewpoint of the Nyquist 1 criterion. In terms of the Nyquist 2 criterion, linear phase filters perform better when the input duty-cycle is unity. For lower duty-cycles, there are symbol rate ranges over which nonlinear phase filters perform better. From the viewpoint of symbol time synchronization, the performances of the two types of filter are essentially the same. Linear phase filters are more robust to sampling clock jitter than nonlinear ones when the symbol rate is higher than the bandwidth. Furthermore, it is shown that for linear phase filters it is possible to increase the transmitting rate while keeping the filter bandwidth constant and with only a minor increase in degradation, by using low duty-cycle inputs

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan 1992

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