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AbstractThe motivation for adapting loop bandwidth is reviewed. The ideal loopwidth is shown to be a monotonic function of the ratio of two statistical measurements, namely the input SNR and the present uncertainty of proper phase. This is seen from a relatively simple viewpoint of how to combine independent measurements of the same quantity. Means for measuring the statistical quantities are described. Simple means for varying loop widths are described. Experimental results of the adaptive bit synchronizer are compared with a classical bit synchronizer.
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