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M-DPSK receiver for Doppler-shift mobile communications

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2 Author(s)
Nunes, F.D. ; Inst. de Telecomunicacoes, Inst. Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal ; Leitao, J.M.N.

Differential detection of phase-shift keying signals entails the ability to establish a phase reference based on previous symbol(s). In communications strongly affected by the Doppler effect, like those involving non-geostationary satellites, the carrier phase drift within the symbol interval may be significant; thus, a better strategy than averaging the phase over previous symbols is to continuously estimate it along the corresponding interval. We propose a receiver for M-DPSK signals in channels affected by fast fading and Doppler frequency shift. A bank of stochastic nonlinear filters estimates the carrier phase drift and the fading vector, which are modeled as stochastic processes within the symbol interval; a key algorithm driven by the filters' outputs estimates the carrier offset frequency, which is considered a constant parameter in each estimation interval (corresponding to at least two-symbol intervals). Simulations with 4-DPSK show that the receiver performs much better than conventional differential phase detectors; it exhibits short convergence times, being able to cope with large Doppler frequency shifts

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Wireless Communications, 2001. (SPAWC '01). 2001 IEEE Third Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in

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2001

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