Title

Design and analysis of single-bit ternary Matched Filter

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Wireless Personal Communications

Publisher

Springer

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

27987

Comments

Originally published as: Chang, A., Memon, T. D., Hussain, Z. M., Kalwar, I. H., & Chowdhry, B. S. (2019). Design and analysis of single-bit ternary Matched Filter. Wireless Personal Communications, 106(4), 1915-1929. Original publication available here

Abstract

Matched filtering has found its way in many diverse applications such as communication, signal processing and more. The emphasis of this paper is on the design and analysis of a sigma-delta (ΣΔ) modulated ternary Matched Filter aimed at digital signal processing. The filter coefficients are made ternary {+ 1, − 1, 0} using the Ternary Quantizer. The performance of the new design is measured on the basis of Probability of error versus Signal-to-noise ratio and it was discovered that the performance curve of the single-bit designed Matched Filter is approximately in agreement with the theoretical SNR versus Probability of error curve and works satisfactorily satisfactorily like a multi-bit Matched Filter and as an extension, the functionality of the above mentioned design is also generated on Xilinx System Generator and is successfully synthesized, simulated and verified on FPGA.

DOI

10.1007/s11277-018-5729-y

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