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# Detection, Estimation modulation theory part 1 - Vantress H.

Vantress H. Detection, Estimation modulation theory part 1 - Wiley & sons , 2001. - 710 p.
ISBN 0-471-09517-6
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Hi Zi2 ? Zo2. Ho
398 4.8 Problems
V2"fi(t) sin (uct + <t>i(t))
³ = 0,1
Fig. P4.7
Problem 4.4.9 (continuation) [44]. Assume that the signal components on the two hypotheses are orthogonal.
1. Assuming that H0 is true, verify that
E(x'0) = Am + d2 cos â,
= d2 sin 0,
?(*l) = Ëò,
Å(óä = 0,
where d2 é 2ET/Na and
Var (jci) = Var (>¦») = Var (*0 = Var (*) = d2.
2. Prove that
Zo2 + Am2 + d* 4- 2Amd2 cos â\
2d2
and
x |/o ^[(Am2 + d* + 2Amd2 cos g)^Z0I Ë^ê^ãõ²ßî. â) = § exp
3. Show that
Pr (*) =Pr 0|#0) = Pr(z0 < Ãõ²ßî) = j* MQM P*0h0AZo\Ho, 9)dZ0
x f Pzi\Hi,e(,Zi\Hi, 6) dZi9 Jz0
4. Prove that the inner two integrals can be rewritten as
Pr («|â) = Q(a, b) - ³ exp /„(ai),
_ ^2Am
where
b =
[2(Am2 + d* + 2Amd2 cos 0)P
5. Check your result for the two special cases in which Am->0 and Am-^oo. Compare the resulting Pr («) for these two cases in the region where d is large.
Signals with Unwanted Parameters 399
Problem 4.4.10 (continuation). Error Probability, Binary Nonorthogonal Signals [77]. When bandpass signals are not orthogonal, it is conventional to define their correlation in the following manner:
Ø A fi(t)e>*i«'
Aw ?/i(/y*e»>
which is a complex number.
1. Express the actual signals in terms of ft(t).
2. Express the actual correlation coefficient of two signals in terms of p.
3. Assume Am = 0 (this corresponds to a uniform density) and define the quantity
A = (1 - \p\*fK
Show that
Pr 0) = Vi - A, I Vi + a) - ³ exp (-y)/o(^- |/>|).
Problem 4.4.11 (continuation). When pe(0) is nonuniform and the signals are nonorthogonal, the calculations are much more tedious. Set up the problem and then refer to [44] for the detailed manipulations.
Problem 4.4.12. M-ary PSK. Consider the M-ary PSK communication system in Problem 4.2.21. Assume that
- ªÕÐ (Ë„ COS 0) ^ a _
Ìâ)- 2òò /„(Am) ’ —
2. Write an expression for the Pr (c).
Problem 4.4.13. ASK: Incoherent Channel [72]. An ASK system transmits equally likely messages
Si(t) = Võ2Et f(t) cos coct, / = 1, 2,..., M, 0 < t < T,
where
ve, = a - ³)ä, fof20)dt = 1,
and
(M - 1)Ä Ä E.
The received signal under the ith hypothesis is
r(t) = V2Ei f{t) cos (o>c/ 4- â) + wit), 0 < t < T: Í³, ³ = 1, 2,..., M,
where wit) is white noise iN0/2). The phase â is a random variable with a uniform density (0, 2tt).
1. Find the minimum Pr (e) receiver.
2. Draw the decision space and compute the Pr (e).
400 4.8 Problems
Problem 4.4.14. Asymptotic Behavior of Incoherent M-ary Systems [78]. In the text we saw that the probability of error in a communication system using M orthogonal signals approached zero as M^oo as long as the rate in digits per second was less than Ð/No In 2 (the channel capacity) (see pp. 264-267). Use exactly the same model as in Example 4 on pp. 264-267. Assume, however, that the channel adds a random phase angle. Prove that exactly the same results hold for this case. (Comment. The derivation is somewhat involved. The result is due originally to Turin [78]. A detailed derivation is given in Section 8.10 of [69].)
Problem 4.4.15 [19]. Calculate the moment generating function, mean, and variance of the test statistic G = L2 + Ls2 for the random phase problem of Section 4.4.1 under the hypothesis Hlm
Problem 4.4.16 (continuation) [79]. We can show that for d > 3 the equivalent test statistic
is approximately Gaussian (see Fig. 4.73a). Assuming that this is true, find the mean and variance of R.
Problem 4.4.17 (continuation) [79]. Now use the result of Problem 4.4.16 to derive an approximate expression for the probability of detection. Express the result in terms of d and PF and show that PD is approximately a straight line when plotted versus d on probability paper. Compare a few points with Fig. 4.59. Evaluate the increase in d over the known signal case that is necessary to achieve the same performance.
Problem 4.4.18. Amplitude Estimation. We consider a simple estimation problem in which an unwanted parameter is present. The received signal is
r(t) = AVls(t,e) + w(t), where A is a nonrandom parameter we want to estimate (assume that it is nonnegative): s(t, 0) = f(t) cos [<*>ct + ô(0 + 0],
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