Publication detail

Carrier Regeneration and Fading Suppression of BPSK Signal from Satellite

ŠEBESTA, J., KASAL, M.

Original Title

Carrier Regeneration and Fading Suppression of BPSK Signal from Satellite

English Title

Carrier Regeneration and Fading Suppression of BPSK Signal from Satellite

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

An experimental satellite Phase 3D has been launched in the last year and our Telemetry Station should receive and decode the telemetry effectively. During manouvers the satellite attitude is not optimal for communication to the Earth and reception of the signal can be difficult. At present, the telemetry signal is transmitted on frequency 2401,323 MHz and its reception is possible shortly after perigee pass. In this orbit phase the signal is strongly Doppler shifted with fading due to satellite spin rotation. In this paper we describe a DSP method for partial elimination of these effects

English abstract

An experimental satellite Phase 3D has been launched in the last year and our Telemetry Station should receive and decode the telemetry effectively. During manouvers the satellite attitude is not optimal for communication to the Earth and reception of the signal can be difficult. At present, the telemetry signal is transmitted on frequency 2401,323 MHz and its reception is possible shortly after perigee pass. In this orbit phase the signal is strongly Doppler shifted with fading due to satellite spin rotation. In this paper we describe a DSP method for partial elimination of these effects

Released

10.05.2001

Publisher

Institute of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology

Location

Brno, Czech Republic

ISBN

80-214-1861-3

Book

Radioelektronika 2001

Pages from

214

Pages to

217

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT3749,
  author="Jiří {Šebesta} and Miroslav {Kasal}",
  title="Carrier Regeneration and Fading Suppression of BPSK Signal from Satellite",
  annote="An experimental satellite Phase 3D has been launched in the last year and our Telemetry Station should receive and decode the telemetry effectively. During manouvers the satellite attitude is not optimal for communication to the Earth and reception of the signal can be difficult. At present, the telemetry signal is transmitted on frequency 2401,323 MHz and its reception is possible shortly after perigee pass. In this orbit phase the signal is strongly Doppler shifted with fading due to satellite spin rotation. In this paper we describe a DSP method for partial elimination of these effects",
  address="Institute of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  booktitle="Radioelektronika 2001",
  chapter="3749",
  institution="Institute of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  year="2001",
  month="may",
  pages="214",
  publisher="Institute of Radio Electronics, Brno University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}