Reconstruction of an analog signal measured using two-bit stochastic digital measurement method
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This paper considers the process of analog signal reconstruction measured by using a two-bit stochastic digital measurement method. The proposed process is tested by digital simulations on the example of a triangular signal. It is shown that for sampling frequency of 10.58 MHz and measurement interval of 1.28 s the precision (effective resolution) of the reconstructed signal is 12.18 bits. If one wants to achieve a more precise reconstruction, it is necessary to increase the measurement time interval and/or sampling frequency.
Keywords:analog signal reconstruction / analog-digital conversion / digital simulations / Fourier coefficients / harmonic analysis / signal reconstruction / signal reconstruction / signal resolution / stochastic measurements / stochastic processes / time measurement / time-frequency analysis / triangular signal / two-bit A/D converter / two-bit stochastic digital measurement method
Source:IEEE EUROCON 2017 - 17th International Conference on Smart Technologies, 2017, 829-831
- Measurements in a smart grid concept (RS-32019)
- Provincial Secretariat for Science and Technological Development of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (Republic of Serbia), Project 114- 451-2800-2016-02
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