Basic Send-on-Delta Sampling for Signal Tracking-Error Reduction
AbstractThis paper investigates the dynamic selection of an appropriate threshold for basic Send-on-Delta (SoD) sampling strategies, given an available transmission rate to reduce the signal tracking-error. The paper formulates the error-reduction principle and proposes an algorithm that calculates, in real time, the amplitude threshold value (also called delta value) for a desired mean transmission rate. The algorithm is implemented to be computed in a Send-on-Delta driver and is tested with three signals that match the step response of a second order control system. Comparison results with a conformant periodic transmission strategy reveals that it improves deeply the tracking-error while maintaining the desired average throughput. View Full-Text
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Diaz-Cacho, M.; Delgado, E.; Barreiro, A.; Falcón, P. Basic Send-on-Delta Sampling for Signal Tracking-Error Reduction. Sensors 2017, 17, 312.
Diaz-Cacho M, Delgado E, Barreiro A, Falcón P. Basic Send-on-Delta Sampling for Signal Tracking-Error Reduction. Sensors. 2017; 17(2):312.Chicago/Turabian Style
Diaz-Cacho, Miguel; Delgado, Emma; Barreiro, Antonio; Falcón, Pablo. 2017. "Basic Send-on-Delta Sampling for Signal Tracking-Error Reduction." Sensors 17, no. 2: 312.
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