SELECTION OF GENERAL SIGNAL SOURCE FOR REGIONAL TIME AND FREQUENCY SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM
Keywords:the algorithm of common views, synchronization, time, frequency, inter-correlation process, the autocorrelation function, analog TV, FM radio, digital TV broadcasting.
AbstractIn this article some results of comparative analysis of mostly used terrestrial radio signal sources are published. The aim of this observation is to utilize the sources signal as a common signal source in building Time and Frequency Synchronization System, according to common views algorithm. As a common sources digital TV broadcasting of (DVB-T2) signals and analog (Secam) TV signals were investigated. The correlation properties of this signals are investigated theoretically and practically. The list of equipment used in investigations: TV and FM signal receiver, digital oscilloscope, and software for calculation of inter- and autocorrelation functions and statistics. The correlational and statistical analysis proved that the signals of digital television format DVB-T2 can be effectively used as a general source for synchronization time and frequency scales by using common views algorithm.
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