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Satellite System Noise The RX power in a Sat. link is very small (couples of pW) amplification can be used to bring the signal strength up to an acceptable level. The main source of noise is the random thermal motion of electrons + thermal-like noise from antenna radiation The total noise power can be : PN KTNBN K-Boltzmans const. = 1.38x10-23J/ Carrier power robbing due to noise (dB) -7.59 Power sharing with other carriers -10.00 NET EOC EIRP/carrier (dBm) 33.49 Figure 1 Power lost to noise in the SAR transponder II. Noise Power Ratio - DCPR Transponder The GOES-R DCPR transponder is designed for 250 (equivalent) simultaneous shared circuits in an FDMA/TDMA configuration
The carrier to noise ratio for a satellite depends upon (A) Effective Isotropic Radiated power (B) Bandwidth. (C) Free space path losses (D) All of them In a communication satellite, the. 1. A satellite link has same carrier to noise ratio in uplink as well as in down link. The over all Carrier to noise ratio of the link will be A. always less than that of individual B. always greater than that of individual C. equal to the individual one D. unpredictable Solution: The over all carrier to noise ratio of a satellite link can be. A function of the satellite communication system designer, or system engineer, is to interface between the source of system requirements (i.e.~ the user) and the sources of performance data. basic system parameters and the signal- or carrier-to-noise ratio (CNR) on a given transmission path
$\left [\frac{C}{N_0}\right ]$ is the carrier to noise density ratio $\left [\frac{G}{T}\right ]$ is the satellite receiver G/T ratio and units are dB/K; Here, Losses represent the satellite receiver feeder losses. The losses which depend upon the frequency are all taken into the consideration The gain-to- noise temperature ratio is the vital parameter for qualifying the uplink operation of a given satellite network; this is akin to the effective isotropic radiated power for the downlink. Figs. 4 and 5 show the effect of noise figure drifts on the G/T ratio of a space satellite employing a 5.3 d The output signal to noise ratio of FM receiver is valid only if the carrier to noise ratio is measured at the discriminator input is high compared to unity. It is observed that as the input noise is increased so that the carrier to noise ratio decreased, the FM receiver breaks. At first individual clicks are heard in th The calculation of carrier to noise ratio in a satellite link is based on equations for received signal power P r and receiver noise power: () rp a ta ra 10 t t 2 r10 2 10 10 a ta ra EIRP dBW, Where: EIRP =10log ( )dBW G10log(4/) 10log 4 / 20log 4 / dB Attenuation in the athmosphere Losses assosiated with transmitting antenna Loss r e P PGLLLL. The link carrier-to-noise (C/N) estimation process plays a key role in facilitating such adaptive techniques. The C/N estimation process for a typical satellite communication system is presented and analyzed in this paper. It is shown that estimating the C/N is particularly challenging when the received signal C/N ratio is large
Optimizing Satellite Communications Using DoubleTalk ® Carrier-in-Carrier & CDM-625 Advanced Satellite Modem December 2010 5 | Page Margin Requirements Typical interfering signal cancellation is 28 to 35 dB (depending on the product). The residual interfering signal appears as noise causing a slight degradation of the Eb/No ecules. The technical parameters of the satellite concerned (transponder bandwidth, gain and sensitivity) also enter into the link budget. The result is a single number for the uplink or downlink: the carrier-to-noise ratio (C/N). This value deter-mines the data rate that can be achieved over the satcom link with a specified modulation method
Explain what is meant by carrier-to-noise ratio. At the input to areceiver the received carrier power is 400 pW and the system noise tempera-ture is 450 K. Calculate the carrier-to-noise density ratio in dBHz. Given thatthe bandwidth is 36 MHz, calculate the carrier-to-noise ratio in decibels.12.20 Lower the noise figure of LNA lower the system temperature Antenna temperature depends on the elevation angle from the earth station to satellite G/T (Gain to System Noise Temperature) This is the Figure of merit of any receiving system It is the ratio of gain of the system and system noise temperature G/T = G-10log (T sys) [dB/K Noise 70 Noise Density, N. 0. 75 Carrier-to-Noise, C/N. D. 75 Figure-of-Merit, G/T. e. 75 Bit Energy-to-Noise, Eb/N. 0. 78 Link Equations 78 VII. Satellite Link Budget Analysis 81 Vm. Application 86 Future Expansion 90 CONCLUSIONS 93 Further Research 94 REFERENCES 96 vi • differentiate between noise and distortion • calculate the total gain in a communication system given the power gain or attenuation of its component parts • state what is meant by signal-to-noise ratio • select and apply the equations: • SNR dB = 10 log 10 = P S = 20 log 10 = V S P N V
6. The bandwidth required for a modulated carrier depends on: a. the carrier frequency c. the signal-plus-noise to noise ratio b. the signal-to-noise ratio d. the baseband frequency range ANS: D 7. When two or more signals share a common channel, it is called: a. sub-channeling c. SINAD b. signal switching d. multiplexing ANS: D 8. TDM stands. It is measured by the signal-to-noise ratio, SNR, where S is the power of the received signal and N the noise power, at baseband, which means at the band occupied by the signal after demodulation. We also describe the signal level against the noise level the carrier-to-noise-density ratio, C/N0, which represents the SNR in a 1Hz-bandwidth
Research on carrier noise ratio calculation method in satellite communication link Zhu, Manjie 2010-04-02 00:00:00 ABSTRACT In satellite communication systems, in order to overcome the loss on which the long distance space transmission brings and provide the reliable and high-quality means of communication to the earth station, the RF carrier. SIGNAL-TO-NOISE (S/N) RATIO The Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N) (a .k.a. SNR) in a receiver is the signal power in the receiver divided by the mean noise power of the receiver. All receivers require the signal to exceed the noise by some amount. Usually if the signa l power is less than or just equals the noise power it is not detectable In satellite communication systems, in order to overcome the loss on which the long distance space transmission brings and provide the reliable and high-quality means of communication to the earth station, the RF carrier power of receiving signals should be much greater than the noise power, that is to make the satellite link satisfy the carrier noise ratio request Carrier To Noise Ratio TV: 8-12 dB BER =10-6 = 12 dB QPSK Modulation Scheme Isotropic Radiator Power Flux Density : Power per unit area PFD= P t /4 R 2 [ W/m 2 ] PFD is a regulated parameter All satellites have a maximum limit of PFD Limitations enforced by signatory nations Allows control of interference Important especially due to LEO
4 Provide an in-depth treatment of satellite communication systems operation and planning 5 To analyze the various methods of satellite access System Noise, Carrier-to-Noise Ratio, The Uplink, Saturation flux density, Input backoff, Downlink, Output back-off, Combined Uplink and Downlink C/N Ratio The maximum value of overall (C/N)o ratio of 11.9 dB in the earth station receiver occurs when the transponder backoff is set to 10.6 dB. Problems 2 through 5 all involve a satellite and earth stations with the same specifications. Five earth stations share one transponder of a 6/4 GHz satellite. The satellite and eart Used for Satellite and local communications frequency signal (carrier) on a continuous basis -Signal to noise ratio at receiver -Modulation scheme W? 16 Flynn/Katz - SDR July 1, 2010 . Performance of a Radio Link In analog systems, performance is subjective PDF is Gaussian, and σ (RMS) can be used to explicitly describe the Gaussian PDF. 2. BER, SNR, and Noise Budget Before the different noise contributions are discussed, the overarching issues of bit-error- rate (BER) and how it relates to noise is discussed. Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and the concept of a noise budget are then introduced. 2.1.
carrier-to-noise density (C/No) ratios. Carrier-to-noise density ratio is a general figure of merit parameter for a satellite communications link. Frequency stability data also was taken at one day intervals to look at long term stability and its agreement with extrapolated short term stability results The carrier to noise ratio for a satellite depends upon.. answer choices . A) Bandwidth. B) Free Space Path Losses . C) Effective Isotropic Radiated Power . D) All of them The angle subtended by earth at geostationary communication satellite is.. degree. answer choices . A) 15.34. B) 60. C) 120. D) 17.34 <p>A) 15.34</p> alternative Coaching in Satellite Communications part 1 from Board Exam Questions in Electronic System and Technologies (EST), Communications Books. Calculate the carrier-to-noise ratio at the receiver, for a bandwidth of 1 MHz. 30.6 dB. 48. If a satellite has a total transmitter power (Pt) of 1000 W, determine the energy per bit (Eb) for a.
Signal to noise ratio itself : This is obviously the basic specification, For an HF radio communications receiver, typically one might expect to see a figure in the region of 0.5 microvolts for a 10 dB S/N in a 3 kHz bandwidth for SSB or Morse. For AM a figure of 1.5 microvolts for a 10 dB S/N in a 6 kHz bandwidth at 30% modulation might be. is free to allocate the relative powers of Carrier 1 and Carrier 2 whatever way is desired, as long as the PSD of the composite carrier is equal to the target PSD. Environmental factors such as rain affect the power levels and signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs) of the carriers received at the satellite, an Vijay K. Garg, in Wireless Communications & Networking, 2007 6.6 Capacity of a DS-CDMA System. The capacity of a DS-CDMA system depends on the processing gain, G p (a ratio of spreading bandwidth, B w, and information rate, R), the bit energy-to-interference ratio, E b /I 0, the voice duty cycle, v f, the DS-CDMA omnidirectional frequency reuse efficiency, η f, and the number of sectors, G.
A gEo satellite orbits at a fixed longitudinal location at an altitude of about 36,000km above the equator. The transponders on the satellite provide a signal boost and frequency translation of signals for the ground terminals. The antennas on the satellite are designed to provide the required communications coverage to the terminals on the ground C/No is the Carrier to Noise ratio sometimes known as C/KT because noise is measured as KT or Boltzmanns constant K multiplied by the noise temperature T. This picture shows a signal displayed on a spectrum analyser Question: V. CARRIER TO NOISE RATIO (C/N) (3 Marks) One Of The Objectives Of Any Satellite Communication System Is To Meet A Minimum Carrier To Noise (C/N Ratio For A Specified Percentage Of Time. Suppose We Have A 4 GHz Receiver With The Following Gains And Noise Temperatures: RF Gain Grf = 23 DB, RF Amplifier Noise Temperature Try = 50K, Mixer Gain Gm=0 DB,. generally accepted spec level of -24 dBc. Beyond the simple two-carrier intermodulation test, modern system designers use two other ratios. The first test is the Noise Power Ratio (NPR) of an amplifier, defined as the difference between a theoretical infinite carrier source with a notch input, and the notch noise after amplification a. the carrier frequency. b. the signal-to-noise ratio. c. the signal-plus-noise to noise ratio. For satellite communications, _____ noise can be a serious problem. View Answer: Answer: solar. The input to an amplifier has a signal-to-noise ratio of 100 dB and an output signal-to-noise ratio of 80 dB. Find NF, both in dB and as a ratio
Precision C/N Ratio Generation at Specific Carrier Frequencies Enables New Testing Capabilities for Multi-Signal Data Streams in Satellite Communications Noisecom, a Wireless Telecom Group company, announces a new CNG-EbNo programmable precision carrier-to-noise (C/N) generator with an integrated spectrum analyzer designed for communication systems data streams that include multiple carriers. Effects of Noise on Communication Systems ELEC 350 Fall 2007 1. ELEC 350 Fall 2007 2. ELEC 350 Fall 2007 3. •Carrier to noise ratio •Baseband signal to noise ratio • received power ELEC 350 Fall 2007 5 b 0 R S angle of carrier is proportional to intelligence amplitude -Frequency Modulation (FM) -frequency change on angle of carrier is proportional to intelligence amplitude •FM developed as alternative to AM in 1931 -Over 10 years after AM commercial broadcast started -Goal was to develop system less susceptible to external noise picku INTRODUCTION TO OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 3 The high carrier frequency of the optical carrier also has some drawbacks, especially as it relates, through the speed of light, to the optical wavelength (Table 1.1). improved signal-to-noise ratio goes (as will be discussed in section 11.4 of Chapter 11)
noise ratio in a communication system. If we receive a signal with average power Psig, and the average noise power level is Pnoise, then the SNR is simply SNR = S N SNR(dB) = 10·log Psig Pnoise We distinguish between random noise and noise due to interferers or distortion generated by the ampliﬁe and refers to the ratio of the carrier power and the noise power per unit bandwidth. For the GPS L1 C/A signal, one can consider the received signal power as the power of the original unmodulated carrier power (at the point of reception in a receiver) that has been spread by the spreading (ranging) codes when transmitted from a satellite. We ca The received microwave power involved in satellite links is typically very small (of the order of a few 100 picowatts). This means that specially designed earth stations that keep C/N (carrier to noise ratio) to a minimum are used to transmit/receive satellite communications
45. Express the ratio in decibels of noise power ratio 50 is to 10 watts. a. 7 dB b. 21 dB c. 14 dB d. 3.5 dB 46. What do you call the noise coming from the sun and stars? a. Black-body noise b. Space noise c. Galactic noise d. All of these 47. A satellite has a noise figure of 1.6 dB. Find its equivalent noise temperature. a. 139 K b. 192 K c. Satellite communication (a tutorial) 1. • GEO satellites require more power for communications • The signal to noise ratio for GEOs is worse because of the distances involved • A few GEOs can cover most of the surface of the earth • Note that polar regions cannot be seen by GEOs Carrier Parameters • Performance. 2f1-f2 f1: frequency of carrier #1 2f2-f1 f2: frequency of carrier #2 It can occur at both E/S and Satellite Intermodulation Interference Cause: U/L power level of the each carrier is set so high that the Intermodulation occurs U/L power level is increased without considering the the possibility of intermodulatio
This provides a more accurate depiction of the health of the wireless signals as it takes the RF environment and ambient noise levels into account. For instance, a received signal of -65 dBm can be considered good at a location that has a noise floor of -90 dBm (SNR 25 dB) but not so much at a location with a noise floor of -80 dBm (SNR 15 dB) Thermal Noise Noise is assumed to be independent of frequency Thermal noise present in a bandwidth of B Hertz (in watts): or, in decibel-watts N=kTB N=10logk +10 log T+10logB =!228.6 dBW+10 log T+10log Noise Temperature Noise temperature is more useful in satellite communication systems, it is best to convert noise figure to noise temperature, T T = T0 (NF- 1) Where NF is a linear ratio, not in decibels T0 is the reference temperature (290 K) 20 carrier noise to the baseband signal. Eb/No = Carrier power(dBm) - Noise power(dBm/Hz) - 10log(Fb) • where Fb is the bit rate in Hz, and Nyquist filtering is used. Carrier to Noise Ratio or C/N is often used to describe the modulated S/N of a digital radio. The Eb/No can be derived from C/N, assuming that the noise about th
Pn dBm =−174+log10 B+NF Pn dBm =10log10(kTBF1000) Total Noise in dBm Pn =kTBF ×1000 milliWatts Spectrum Analyzer 25dB 316 8dB 6.31 Wi‐Fi 5dB 3.16 Cell Phone 1dB 1.26 Satellite Receiver Noise Figure‐NF Noise Factor‐F Device Some Typical Noise Figure The carrier is similar to a DVB-S or DVB-S2 carrier which carries several MPEG TV and audio programmes. The carrier on the satellite is made up of a sequence of joined together pulses to make a continuous signal. Each pulse is a symbol. According to the modulation method each symbol represents 1, 2 or 3 etc bits of transmission rate data Remember that Signal to Noise ratio, sometimes referred to as S/N ratio, isn't a ratio but the difference between the signal-to-noise. So the bigger the number, the better. Most experts recommend that an SNR of 20 dB just for data - this is surfing the web, looking up charts and other related traffic carrier, at constant amplitude • Other binary digit represented by absence of carrier • where the carrier signal is Acos(2pf c t) • Very Susceptible to noise • Used to transmit digital data over optical fiber ( ) s t = Acos(2pf c t) 0 binary 1 binary