2 edition of Wideband HF modeling and simulation found in the catalog.
Wideband HF modeling and simulation
J. A Hoffmeyer
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration in [Boulder, CO]
Written in English
|Statement||J.A. Hoffmeyer, M. Nesenbergs|
|Series||NTIA report -- 87-221|
|Contributions||Nesenbergs, M, United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 84,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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WIDEBAND HF MODELING AND SIMULATION J. Hoffmeyer and M. Nesenbergs* Laboratory testing of proposed and new wideband (e.g., spread spectrum) high frequency (HF) systems is currently not possible because wideband HF channel simulators do not exist.
Get this from a library. Wideband HF modeling and simulation. [J A Hoffmeyer; M Nesenbergs; United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration.; Institute for.
An elementary review of ionospheric propagation is presented, which summarizes the recent work in spread spectrum technology targeted for the HF radio band. Thereafter follows a short section devoted to additive distortions, namely noise and interference, also in the HF band.
Past narrowband HF models are assessed: their background, old validation tests, and, to be quite specific, Author: J. Hoffmeyer, M. Nesenbergs. The present needs for more accurate modelling and simulation of the wideband HF channel motivate the development and implementation of wideband channel simulators.
It has been showed that many HF. Abstract: This paper provides a technical overview of a high frequency (HF) channel simulation system that is applicable to either narrowband or wideband HF channels. Although narrowband models of the HF channel have existed for many years, they are applicable only to a limited set of actual narrowband channel by: This book offers a practical guide on how to use and apply channel models for system evaluation In this book, the authors focus on modeling and simulation of multiple antennas channels, including multiple input multiple output (MIMO) communication channels, and the impact of such models on channel estimation and system performance.
The paper presents a wideband high frequency (HF) channel simulator. The simulation consists of a software simulation of a direct-sequence spread-spectrum (DSSS) HF system with RAKE receiver.
The validity of the HF channel simulator is demonstrated by the analysis of the scattering function and example results of the simulator. In this book, the theory needed to understand wideband amplifier design using the simplest models possible will be developed. This theory will be used to develop algebraic equations that describe particular circuits used in high frequency design so that the reader develops a 'gut level' understanding of the process and circuit.
SPICE and Genesys simulations will be performed to show the. A new and unique approach for modeling either narrowband or wideband high frequency (HF) channels is given. Although narrowband models of the HF channel have existed for many years, they are applicable to only a limited set of actual narrowband propagation conditions.
The need for an HF channel model that is valid for both narrow and wide bandwidths over a more extensive range of propagation.
In any wideband HF simulation model, the relationship between delay time and frequency is of major importance. The frequency components of a pulse reflected from the ionosphere arrive at the receiver with different delay times, thus causing a distortion of the original pulse shape.
This book represents my efforts at collecting and deriving the necessary material to support a career in digital signal integrity modeling and simulation.
A huge part of such a job is package and interconnect modeling from electromagnetic simulation and/or s: 2. This paper presents modeling and simulation of a wideband low jitter frequency synthesizer. The proposed system uses two phase-locked loops (PLLs) connected in cascade.
The first PLL uses a voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) to eliminate the input jitter and the second one is a wideband PLL. The JNE library and SCALABLE’s EXata for JNE network modeling and simulation application provide military personnel and defense contractors with a high-fidelity Live, Virtual, Constructive simulation and modeling environment to quickly and cost effectively plan battlefield network architectures and mission scenarios, and test new radios in operationally accurate contexts and “at scale.
Figure 8. Simulation result for complete system IV. CONCLUSION In this paper we have presented the modeling and simulation of a wideband low jitter frequency synthesizer. MATLAB Simulink was used to model the system which comprises of two PLLs. The first PLL uses a VCXO to eliminate the input jitter and the second one is a wideband PLL.
The authors describe a new approach to HF channel modeling and simulation that is applicable to either narrowband or wideband high frequency (HF) channels. The channel model has. ing in the MF and HF bands is known as Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) .
Using a scalable OFDM technol-ogy, DRM is able to operate in channels ranging from to 20 kHz. In its most lightly coded version, a DRM signal in a 20 kHz channel can carry up to 72 kbps.
NEW HF WIDEBAND TECHNOLOGY The desire for increased data rates over HF channels has. T The Radar Emulation Simulator provides a cost-effective solution for simulating targets and channel effects in an RF environment. The system can be controlled via a standalone graphical user interface for simplified scenario applications, a dedicated.
Abstract: A three-dimensional (3-D) geometrical propagation model for wideband multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) mobile-to-mobile (M-to-M) communications is proposed. Based on the geometrical model, a 3-D parametric reference model for wideband MIMO M-to-M multipath fading channels is developed.
From the reference model, the corresponding space-time-frequency. This most excellent book describes HF radio technology, and offers ideas for applying it, and evaluating the performance of 3G and wideband HF systems using both simulation and real-world measurements.
Models • Why spend much time talking about models. – Modeling and simulation could take 80% of control analysis effort. • Model is a mathematical representations of a system – Models allow simulating and analyzing the system – Models are never exact • Modeling depends on your goal – A single system may have many models.
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I. INTRODUCTION High Frequency (HF) radio has long been considered to.This book represents my efforts at collecting and deriving the necessary material to support a career in digital signal integrity modeling and simulation. A huge part of such a job is package and interconnect modeling from electromagnetic simulation and/or measurements.INTRODUCTION TO MODELING AND SIMULATION Anu Maria State University of New York at Binghamton Department of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering Binghamton, NYU.S.A.
ABSTRACT This introductory tutorial is an overview of simulation modeling and analysis. Many critical questions are answered in the paper. What is modeling?