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A new detector for ghosted VIF signals

Sherratt, R. S. ORCID: (1995) A new detector for ghosted VIF signals. In: Broadcasting Convention, 1995. IBC 95., International , 14-18 Sept 1995, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 53-56,

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Under multipath conditions, video intermediate frequency (VIF) detectors may generate a local oscillator phase error and consequently produce a dispersed detected signal due to the presence of additional IF carriers. A new detector is presented which by processing the detected phase quadrature information, derives the correct phase for synchronous detection in the presence of multipath effects. This minimises dispersion and produces a detected video signal with the linear addition of amplitude scaled ghosts.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:19100
Uncontrolled Keywords:IF carriers, amplitude scaled ghosts, detected video signal, dispersed detected signal, ghosted VIF signals, local oscillator phase error, multipath conditions, multipath effects, phase quadrature information, synchronous detection, video intermediate frequency detectors

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