Digitally implemented Klapper-Kratt FM detector using the Intel-292O digital signal processor
Department of Electrical Engineering
Master of Science
Padalino, Joseph J.
Ball, W. H. Warren
Frequency Modulation Detectors
Signal Processing -- Digital Techniques
This thesis describes and analyses a digitally implemented FM detector, which is a new member of the family of FM detectors introduced by Drs. Klapper and Kratt.
The properties of the new detector are low delay, excellent sensitivity, extreme linearity, and compatibility of components with integrated circuit technology.
A working model is implemented by adapting FIR digital s signal processing methods, and is realized using the Single-Chip Digital Signal Processor Intel-2920 which is comprised of micro-processor, scratch-pad data RAMs, program store EPROMs, A/D and D/A conversion circuitry, and I/O circuitry.
The performance of the working model shows very good linearity within its operating range, and in agreement with the earlier derived theory.
njit-etd1985-002 (82 pages ~ 4,169 KB pdf)
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Front Matter (Title Page, Abstract, Table of Contents, etc. ~ 10 pages ~ 345 KB pdf)
Chapter 1: Introduction (11 pages ~ 378 KB pdf)
Chapter 2: Theoretical Analysis (20 pages ~ 758 KB pdf)
Chapter 3: Implementations (29 pages ~ 1,085 KB pdf)
Chapter 4: Detector Performance (12 pages ~ 1,562 KB pdf)
Chapter 5: Conclusions (3 pages ~ 133 KB pdf)
Bibliography (3 pages ~ 123 KB pdf)
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