Detection of binary phase shift keyed signals in extremely high noise levels.
Scout, John B.
Therrien, Charles W.
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This thesis describes the design of a fully digital Binary Phase Shift Keyed receiver considered for use in a telemetry system in the range testing of torpedos. The method employed uses a subspace technique called Estimation of Signal Parameters via Rotational Invariant Techniques (ESPRIT) to detect the carrier frequency. This method can be used at lower than normal signal-to-noise ratio's. All results were achieved by the use of computer simulations.