Telecom, Volume 1, Issue 3 (December 2020) – 9 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The abundance of radio signals and their increasing number creates interferences on adjacent signals and, sometimes, with co-channel communication. This paper will discuss the effect of continuous wave interference, generally emitted by hackers or military forces, on a radio communication receiver, specifically with the digital video broadcasting for satellite second generation (DVB-S2) communication standard. It investigates the general effect of the interference on a quadrature phase-shift keying signal over each part of the DVB-S2 receiver. It also focuses on the impact of the center frequency and power of the interference on the critical blocks of a DVB-S2 receiver. View this paper
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