TY - JOUR
AU - Kharchenko, O. I.
AU - Kartashov, V. M.
PY - 2018/06/30
Y2 - 2024/05/23
TI - Digital Signal Extraction by Means of Nonlinear Stochastic Filtration
JF - Visnyk NTUU KPI Seriia - Radiotekhnika Radioaparatobuduvannia
JA - RADAP
VL - 0
IS - 73
SE -
DO - 10.20535/RADAP.2018.73.50-54
UR - https://radap.kpi.ua/radiotechnique/article/view/1481
SP - 50-54
AB - The results of noise immunity analysis for digital communication systems using methods of nonlinear filtering are given. Nonlinear filtration is based on stochastic resonance effect. The stochastic resonance is given to a phenomenon that is manifest in nonlinear systems where by generally feeble input information (such as a weak signal) can be amplified and optimized by the assistance of noise. The stochastic resonance has been observed in a large variety of systems, including bistable ring lasers, semiconductor devices, chemical reactions, and mechanoreceptor cells in the tail fan of a crayfish. Numeral simulation of response at affecting input of the system on additive mixture of harmonic signal and white Gaussian noise are given. Amplitude spectrum of this output signal has been investigated. Results of the output signal-to-noise ratio calculation of the stochastic filter for the additive sum of a harmonic signal and white Gaussian noise for different values of the input noise dispersion are given. It is shown that the output signal-to-noise ratio of the system will peak at a certain value of noise intensity under a action of the input signal and noise. It is shown that the stochastic resonance effect provides separation of a digital signal from the white Gaussian noise. The comparative analysis of noise immunity of the matched filter and nonlinear stochastic filter for input square pulses are given. The effects of signal distortions in nonlinear processing with a stochastic filter are considered. Calculations of the coefficient of nonlinear distortions of a rectangular pulse are performed. It is shown that nonlinear distortions lead to a decrease in the signal-to-noise ratio at the output of the filter.
ER -