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Abel Lorences-Riesgo ◽  
Dylan Le Gac ◽  
Marti Sales-Llopis ◽  
Sami Mumtaz ◽  
Celestino S. Martins ◽  

Electronics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (23) ◽  
pp. 2942
Wanru Hu ◽  
Zhugang Wang ◽  
Ruru Mei ◽  
Meiyan Lin

A simple data-aided carrier synchronization scheme is proposed for variable modulation (VM) communication systems under the initial conditions of a low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and normalized carrier frequency offset (CFO) symbol rate of 20%. The proposed carrier synchronization scheme is simplified into two steps; a reconfigurable L&R (RLR) algorithm and pilot-aided (PA) phase linear interpolation algorithm is applied for carrier frequency recovery (CFR) and carrier phase recovery (CPR), respectively. Furthermore, the autocorrelation values of multi-pilot blocks are superimposed to improve the accuracy of the CFR algorithm, and the algorithm formulas are decomposed and modularized to simplify the implementation complexity of the RLR algorithm. Simulation results show that the RLR algorithm can track and lock the CFO up to a 33.2% symbol rate and reduce the CFO to 0.024%. The bit error rate (BER) performance of the carrier synchronization scheme almost coincides with the theoretical curve results. Comparison of hardware complexity shows that the multiplication resource consumption can be reduced by at least 72.47%.

2021 ◽  
Vol 33 (21) ◽  
pp. 1205-1208
Takahiro Kodama ◽  
Keiji Shimada ◽  
Ryosuke Matsumoto ◽  
Takashi Inoue ◽  
Shu Namiki ◽  

2021 ◽  
Sho Shibita ◽  
Daisuke Hisano ◽  
Ken Mishina ◽  
Akihiro Maruta

2021 ◽  
Steven Searcy ◽  
Thomas Richter ◽  
Sergey Burtsev ◽  
Sorin Tibuleac

2021 ◽  
Masanori Nakamura ◽  
Fukutaro Hamaoka ◽  
Takayuki Kobayashi ◽  
Hiroshi Yamazaki ◽  
Munehiko Nagatani ◽  

2021 ◽  
Tony Colin ◽  
Thomas Delamotte ◽  
Andreas Knopp

<div>Ultra high-throughput satellite systems are expected to play an essential role in future beyond 5G and 6G networks. These systems must remain as flexible as possible to adapt to heterogeneous traffic demands, while also delivering the highest possible rate for dedicated services. Satellites flexible payloads are increasingly employing wideband output multiplexers. In this context, it is now more important than ever to evaluate frequency-dependent degradations on multicarrier signals. In particular, it is critical to characterize the distortions entailed by the output multiplexers filters. In this paper, models are presented and novel formulas are derived to determine the carrier-to-interference ratio resulting from these distortions. Derivations are oriented towards the applicability of either high-accuracy (e.g., for link budget) or low-complexity calculations (e.g., for real-time carrier allocation). The influence of key parameters such as the optimal decision instant, symbol rate and roll-off factor is thoroughly analyzed. Furthermore, formulas are evaluated in a practical scenario: the dynamic carrier allocation optimization. They are combined with efficient optimization algorithms to obtain the best performance based on user fairness. Relevant metrics such as accuracy, complexity and allocation gain are also investigated. In the end, the application of the proposed formulas and algorithms leads to a significant allocation gain that is increasing with the number of carriers. The feasibility of real-time dynamic carrier allocation to further increase the capacity of the next generation of satellite systems is emphasized.</div>

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