AuthorGray, J. S.
AffiliationRadiation Systems Division
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AbstractThe type of functions required to optimally process PCM plus noise are the same at low and high bit rates. At high bit rates there are severe constraints in synthesizing these functions due to limitations of present day devices and logic; and due to extrinsic effects of networks over broad baseband bandwidths. Techniques developed for signal conditioning, bit synchronization, group synchronization, and decommutation of NRZ PCM from 10 Mb/sec to 200 Mb/sec are presented. Multiple techniques were investigated in each area over the complete bit rate range of interest to ascertain performance versus complexity and cost effectiveness among different techniques at different bit rates.
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