Speech communication over a 942 MHz tone-above-band single sideband mobile radio channel (6.25 kHz) incorporating feedforward signal regeneration

JP McGeehan, G Lightfoot, A Bateman

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Abstract

The contribution is primarily concerned with the transmission of speech over a 942 MHz tone-above-band SSB mobile radio link. It has been found that the use of feedforward signal regeneration enables a speech quality to be obtained in the Rayleigh fading environment which is superior to that achieved by a conventional 25 kHz FM system. Finally, a new optimised form of SSB, phaselocked transparent tone-in-band, is shown to be also capable of transmitting and receiving coherent data such as CPSK in the mobile radio environment
Translated title of the contributionSpeech communication over a 942 MHz tone-above-band single sideband mobile radio channel (6.25 kHz) incorporating feedforward signal regeneration
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication33rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Pages369 - 373
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - May 1983
Event33rd Vehicular Technology Conference 1983 - Ontario, Canada
Duration: 25 May 198327 May 1983

Conference

Conference33rd Vehicular Technology Conference 1983
Abbreviated titleVTC 1983
CountryCanada
CityOntario
Period25/05/8327/05/83

Bibliographical note

Conference Proceedings/Title of Journal: 33rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference
Rose publication type: Conference contribution

Sponsorship: The TAB SSB work reported in this paper was supported by a British Telecom research contract and the authors are grateful to British Telecom for permission to publish the results. One of the authors (Mr. A.J.
Bateman) is grateful to the UK Science and Engineering Research Council for the award of a research studentship. The SERC also supported the research effort into FFSR processing techniques

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Keywords

  • mobile radio

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