Effect of multipath Rayleigh fading on time synchronization of non-coherent frequency hopping systems

TitleEffect of multipath Rayleigh fading on time synchronization of non-coherent frequency hopping systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsZhao, H., Q. Wang, and V. K. Bhargava
Conference NameElectrical and Computer Engineering, 1993. Canadian Conference on
Pagination879 -882 vol.2
Date Publishedsep.
Keywordscorruption, error analysis, fading, fading channel conditions, FH-SS systems, frequency agility, linear properties, mobile radio systems, multipath Rayleigh fading, noncoherent frequency hopping systems, parameter estimation, performance, spectral timing error estimation method, spread spectrum communication, synchronisation, telecommunication channels, time synchronization, timing error estimation, urban mobile radios, zero-crossing properties
Abstract

The paper analyzes time synchronization performance of non-coherent frequency hop spread spectrum (FH-SS) systems in multipath Rayleigh fading channels. The mean values and variances of the estimator are derived with the consideration of various multipath fading channel conditions. Results show that multipath fading has a greater effect on the mean values of the timing error estimation than on its standard deviations. The fact that the mean values of the estimated timing error may lose linear and zero-crossing properties due to the corruption of the multipath fading may mean that the usage of the spectral timing error estimation method for the time synchronization of an FH-SS system in multipath Rayleigh fading channels, currently a very common model for urban mobile radios, is inappropriate

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CCECE.1993.332434
DOI10.1109/CCECE.1993.332434

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