Telecommunication systems -- Noise
This paper is a description of the analysis and testing of a method to estimate noise mixed in with a desired signal and to then subtract out the estimated noise. The paper documents the situation in which noise becomes a problem, the method of noise elimination, the mathematics used to analyze the noise eliminator, a digital/analog hybrid simulation of a system utilizing the techniques described, and comparative results between expected performance and actual system performance. Also described is the practicality of the system, the limitations of the system and its unique capabilities. Since the system is a totally new concept, it was being developed for the writing of this thesis. Therefore many changes were implemented with respect to the original design. These modifications are documented along with the reasons for the deviations from the original idea. Conclusions and a summary are provided. Several suggestions as to where the system would be beneficial are also supplied.
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Belkerdid, Madjid A.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Viviano, Jerome J., "An Approach to Noise Estimation and Elimination in Communication Systems" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4797.
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