Basic Simulation Models of Phase Tracking Devices Using MATLAB

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Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 2010 - Computers - 122 pages
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The purpose of this Synthesis Lecture is to provide basic theoretical analyses of Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) and devices derived from the PLL and their simulation models suitable for supplementing undergraduate and graduate courses in communications and for self study by practicing engineers. A significant component of this book is a set of basic MATLAB-based simulations that illustrate the operating characteristics of these devices and enable the reader to investigate the impact of varying system parameters. This Synthesis Lecture by no means provides a comprehensive treatment of the underlying theory of phase-locked loops. There are many excellent books currently available that treat this subject in considerable technical depth. In this treatment, however, theoretical analyses are provided in sufficient detail in order to explain how simulations are developed. Table of Contents: Introduction / The Phase-Locked Loop / Devices Derived from the Phase-Locked Loop / Noise Performance Analysis / Simulation Models / MATLAB Simulations / Appendix A: Complex Envelope Repressions of Bandpass Signals / Appendix B: Phase Detector and VCO Models / Appendix C: Discrete-Time Approximations to Continuous-Time Integration / Appendix D: Simulation Code for the Basic PLL / Appendix E: SIMULINK Models / Appendix F: MATLAB m-files
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Basic PLL Theory
7
Structures Developed From The Basic PLL
33
Simulation Models
45
MATLAB Simulations
61
Noise Performance Analysis
77
Complex Envelope and Phase Detector Models
91
Loop Filter Implementations
97
SIMULINK Examples
105
MATLAB and SIMULINK Files
117
Bibliography
119
Authors Biographies
121
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