A Filter Structure for Arbitrary Re-Sampling Ratio Conversion of a Discrete Signal
AbstractIn this report, we studied the sampling synchronization of a discrete signal in the receiver of a communication system and found that the frequency of the received signal usually exhibits some unpredictable deviations. We observed many harmonics caused by the frequency deviations of the discrete received signal. These findings indicate that signal sampling synchronization is an important research technique when using discrete Fourier transforms (DFT) to analyze the harmonics of discrete signals. We investigated the influence of these harmonics on the performance of signal sampling and studied the frequency estimation of the received signal. Based on the frequency estimation of the received signal, the sampling rate of the discrete signal was converted using a modified Farrow filter to achieve sampling synchronization for the received signal. The algorithm discussed here can be applied to sampling synchronization for monitoring and control systems. Finally, simulations and experimental results are presented. View Full-Text
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Zhang, H.; Zhu, C. A Filter Structure for Arbitrary Re-Sampling Ratio Conversion of a Discrete Signal. Information 2017, 8, 53.
Zhang H, Zhu C. A Filter Structure for Arbitrary Re-Sampling Ratio Conversion of a Discrete Signal. Information. 2017; 8(2):53.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Hong; Zhu, Changjian. 2017. "A Filter Structure for Arbitrary Re-Sampling Ratio Conversion of a Discrete Signal." Information 8, no. 2: 53.
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