Chaotic demodulation under interference

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2006
Erdem, Özden
Chaotically modulated signals are used in various engineering areas such as communication systems, signal processing applications, automatic control systems. Because chaotically modulated signal sequences are broadband and noise-like signals, they are used to carry binary signals especially in secure communication systems. In this thesis, a target tracking problem under interference at chaotic communication systems is investigated. Simulating the chaotic communication system, noise-like signal sequences are generated to carry binary signals. These signal sequences are affected by Gaussian channel noise and interference while passing through the communication channel. At the receiver side, target tracking is performed using Optimum Decoding Based Smoothing Algorithm. The estimation performances of optimum decoding based smoothing algorithm at one dimensional chaotic systems and nonlinear chaotic algorithm map are presented and compared with the performance of the Extended Kalman Filter application.

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Ö. Erdem, “Chaotic demodulation under interference,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.