SYNCHRONIZATION IN A DIRECT SEQUENCE RECEIVER AIDED BY LMS ADAPTIVE FILTERING.

Gary J. Saulnier, Sheau-Fang Lei, P. Das

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Abstract

Least-mean-square (LMS) adaptive filtering has been shown to be an effective technique for suppressing narrowband jamming in a direct-sequence spread-spectrum receiver. The authors present a receiver structure which allows synchronization to be obtained after the adaptive jammer suppression, and fed back to the suppression filter. Bit-error-rate results are shown which demonstrate the performance of a delay-lock loop in conjunction with the adaptive filter in tone jamming. These performance results are compared to those for the adaptive filter with perfect synchronization.

Original languageEnglish
Pages99-103
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 1987 Dec 1

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Adaptive filtering
Jamming
Adaptive filters
Synchronization
Delay lock loops
Atmospheric spectra
Bit error rate

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  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Saulnier, G. J., Lei, S-F., & Das, P. (1987). SYNCHRONIZATION IN A DIRECT SEQUENCE RECEIVER AIDED BY LMS ADAPTIVE FILTERING.. 99-103.
Saulnier, Gary J. ; Lei, Sheau-Fang ; Das, P. / SYNCHRONIZATION IN A DIRECT SEQUENCE RECEIVER AIDED BY LMS ADAPTIVE FILTERING. 5 p.
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