Basic simulation models of phase tracking devices using MATLAB [electronic resource] / William Tranter, Ratchaneekorn Thamvichai, Tamal Bose.Material type: TextSeries: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science | Synthesis lectures on communications ; # 5.Publication details: San Rafael, Calif. (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) :: Morgan & Claypool,, c2010Description: 1 electronic text (xiv, 122 p. : ill.) : digital fileISBN: 9781608452606 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): MATLAB | Phase-locked loops -- Mathematical models | PLL | PLL simulation | frequency tracking | phase tracking | signal acquisition | signal tracking | synchronization | digital demodulation | Costas PLLDDC classification: 621.3815364 LOC classification: TK7872.P38 | T723 2010Online resources: Abstract with links to resource Also available in print.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 119-120).
1. Introduction -- Outline of the book -- A word of warning -- Origins of this synthesis lecture and a reference --
2. Basic PLL theory -- Basic phase-lock loop concepts -- Basic PLL model -- Nonlinear PLL phase model -- PLL linear phase model -- PLL order and loop filters -- Steady-state phase errors -- Acquisition and phase plane analysis -- First-order PLL -- The perfect second-order phase lock loop -- The imperfect second-order phase lock loop -- The perfect third-order phase lock loop -- Transport delay in phase-lock loops -- Problems --
3. Structures developed from the basic PLL -- The Costas phase-locked loop -- The QPSK loop -- The N-phase tracking loop -- Problems --
4. Simulation models -- Basic models for phase-locked loops -- The simulation model for the Costas PLL -- The QPSK loop -- The N-phase tracking loop -- Error sources in simulation -- Problems --
5. MATLAB simulations -- Simulation structure -- Assumed loop inputs -- MATLAB and SIMULINK simulations -- Second-order PLL demonstrations -- QPSK loop -- The N-phase tracking loop -- Problems --
6. Noise performance analysis -- PLL with additive noise -- Linear analysis -- Noise bandwidth -- Signal to noise ratio of the loop -- Nonlinear analysis -- PLL with VCO phase noise -- Linear analysis of VCO phase noise -- Simulation of 1st-order PLL with additive noise -- Simulation model -- Simulation results -- Problems --
A. Complex envelope and phase detector models -- A.1. Complex envelope -- A.2. Phase detector realizations --
B. Loop filter implementations -- B.1. Trapezoidal integration -- B.2. The loop filter for the perfect second-order phase-locked loop -- B.3. The loop filter for the imperfect second-order phase-locked loop -- B.4. The perfect third-order loop filter --
C. SIMULINK examples -- C.1. The perfect second-order PLL -- C.2. The perfect second-order PLL with transport delay -- C.3. The perfect third-order PLL -- C.4. Comments --
D. MATLAB and SIMULINK files -- D.1. MATLAB files -- D.2. SIMULINK files --
Bibliography -- Authors' biographies.
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The Phase-Locked Loop (PLL), and many of the devices used for frequency and phase tracking, carrier and symbol synchronization, demodulation, and frequency synthesis, are fundamental building blocks in today's complex communications systems. It is therefore essential for both students and practicing communications engineers interested in the design and implementation of modern communication systems to understand and have insight into the behavior of these important and ubiquitous devices. Since the PLL behaves as a nonlinear device (at least during acquisition), computer simulation can be used to great advantage in gaining insight into the behavior of the PLL and the devices derived from the PLL. The purpose of this Synthesis Lecture is to provide basic theoretical analyses of the PLL and devices derived from the PLL and simulation models suitable for supplementing undergraduate and graduate courses in communications.The Synthesis Lecture is also suitable 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 PLL-based devices and enable the reader to investigate the impact of varying system parameters. Rather than providing a comprehensive treatment of the underlying theory of phase-locked loops, theoretical analyses are provided in sufficient detail in order to explain how simulations are developed. The references point to sources currently available that treat this subject in considerable technical depth and are suitable for additional study.
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