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gaussdesign

Gaussian FIR pulse-shaping filter design

Sintaxis

h = gaussdesign(bt,span,sps)

Descripción

ejemplo

h = gaussdesign(bt,span,sps) designs a lowpass FIR Gaussian pulse-shaping filter and returns a vector, h, of filter coefficients. The filter is truncated to span symbols, and each symbol period contains sps samples. The order of the filter, sps*span, must be even.

Ejemplos

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Specify that the modulation used to transmit the bits is a Gaussian minimum-shift keying (GMSK) pulse. This pulse has a 3-dB bandwidth equal to 0.3 of the bit rate. Truncate the filter to 4 symbols and represent each symbol with 8 samples.

bt = 0.3;
span = 4;
sps = 8;
h = gaussdesign(bt,span,sps);
fvtool(h,'impulse')

Argumentos de entrada

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Product of the 3-dB one-sided bandwidth, in hertz, and the symbol time, in seconds. Specify this value as a positive real scalar. Smaller values of bt produce larger pulse widths.

Tipos de datos: double | single

Number of symbols, specified as a positive integer scalar.

Tipos de datos: double | single

Number of samples per symbol period (oversampling factor), specified as a positive integer scalar.

Tipos de datos: double | single

Output Arguments

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FIR coefficients of the Gaussian pulse-shaping filter, returned as a row vector. The coefficients are normalized so that the nominal passband gain is always 1.

Tipos de datos: double | single

Referencias

[1] Rappaport, Theodore S. Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice. 2nd Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2002.

[2] Krishnapura, N., S. Pavan, C. Mathiazhagan, and B. Ramamurthi. “A baseband pulse shaping filter for Gaussian minimum shift keying.” Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems. Vol. 1, 1998, pp. 249–252.

Consulte también

Introducido en R2013b