Publication detail

Software defined DCF77 receiver

ZÁPLATA, F. KASAL, M.

Original Title

Software defined DCF77 receiver

English Title

Software defined DCF77 receiver

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper shows the solution of time stamp Software defined Receiver integration into low cost com-mercial devices. The receiver is based on general purpose processor and its analog to digital converter. Amplified signal from narrow-band antenna is connected to the con-verter and no complicated filtration has to be used. All signal processing is provided by the processor in digital way. During signal reception, processor stays available for its main tasks and signal processing consumes only a small part of its computational power.

English abstract

This paper shows the solution of time stamp Software defined Receiver integration into low cost com-mercial devices. The receiver is based on general purpose processor and its analog to digital converter. Amplified signal from narrow-band antenna is connected to the con-verter and no complicated filtration has to be used. All signal processing is provided by the processor in digital way. During signal reception, processor stays available for its main tasks and signal processing consumes only a small part of its computational power.

Keywords

DCF77, time stamp transmission, software defined radio, digital receiver, Goertzel algorithm.

RIV year

2013

Released

01.11.2013

Pages from

1211

Pages to

1217

Pages count

7

BibTex


@article{BUT99630,
  author="Filip {Záplata} and Miroslav {Kasal}",
  title="Software defined DCF77 receiver",
  annote="This paper shows the solution of time stamp Software defined Receiver integration into low cost com-mercial devices. The receiver is based on general purpose processor and its analog to digital converter. Amplified signal from narrow-band antenna is connected to the con-verter and no complicated filtration has to be used. All signal processing is provided by the processor in digital way. During signal reception, processor stays available for its main tasks and signal processing consumes only a small part of its computational power.",
  chapter="99630",
  number="4",
  volume="2013",
  year="2013",
  month="november",
  pages="1211--1217",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}