Transient probability response of cycle slip occurrence in the PSKTDMA carrier recovery
Abstract
The class of carrier recovery which is often employed in PSKTDMA systems is 'frequency multiplier/narrowband filter/frequency divider'. Cycle slips occur when a signal extracted from the narrowband filter is embedded in some noise. In the PSKTDMA systems, a transmitted signal S is of the burst form while received noise N is in the steady state. A preceding burst signal I is often allocated immediately before the burst signal S. In this paper, the transient occurrence probability of the cycle slips is analytically derived, assuming that the products of the multiplier, which are a burst signal (S x S) and a preceding burst signal (I x I) as well as a steadystate noise (N x N), a burst noise (S x N) and a preceding burst noise (I x N), are coexistent at the narrowband filter output. Also, the transient cycle slip occurrence probability is numerically calculated using the results of the analysis.
 Publication:

IEE Proceedings F: Communications Radar and Signal Processing
 Pub Date:
 December 1984
 Bibcode:
 1984IPCRS.131..729F
 Keywords:

 Carrier To Noise Ratios;
 Phase Shift Keying;
 Probability Theory;
 Signal Detection;
 Time Division Multiple Access;
 Transient Response;
 Bursts;
 Carrier Waves;
 Frequency Multipliers;
 Noise Prediction;
 Tracking Filters;
 Transmission Efficiency;
 Communications and Radar