A novel approach for the design of pulse shaping filters

Muratoğlu, Selva


A novel approach for the design of pulse shaping filters
Curuk, Selva Muratoglu; Tanık, Yalçın (2006-06-01)
In this work, we propose a new class of pulses for PAM type digital signals. The pulses are designed based on minimization of a figure of merit that is the product of the Cramer-Rao bound of the timing jitter variance and the mean eye closure rate. The new pulses are seen to yield significantly better performances as compared to the classical ones.
A novel approach for synthesising sinus waveforms at power level
Şedele, Serkan Paki; Ertan, Hulusi Bülent; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2004)
In variable speed motor drive and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) applications, taditional method is to employ some kind of a modulation technique at a high frequency typically 6 kHz to 20 kHz range. In these modulation techniques, the switches are hard switched. The result is application of a series of pulses to the load, and if the load is inductive, sine wave current flows into the load. Hard and rapid switching causes a voltage waveform with a very high dv/dt (rate of change in voltage) causing high ...
Çiloğlu, Tolga (1994-06-02)
A local search algorithm for discrete coefficient FIR filter design is presented. The minmax objective function is minimized by moving along the low gradient directions. A new method to forecast these directions is proposed. The algorithm is suitable to design high order filters in a short time. The results are compared to other methods both in quality and computational load
A novel approach for robot homing
Koku, Ahmet Buğra; WİLKES, D Mitch (2003-06-27)
Although metric navigation techniques have been widely adapted in robot navigation, some powerful qualitative navigation methods have been proposed to achieve navigation. These methods do not require strict metric measures or presence of metric maps. This paper briefly introduces such qualitative navigation techniques and introduces a novel approach for qualitative robot navigation. Comparison of this method to some existing ones is given and performance analysis is presented. This technique requires less a...
A novel command generation paradigm for production machine systems
Yaman, Ulaş; Dölen, Melik (Elsevier BV, 2018-06-01)
This paper presents a new command generation technique titled VEPRO for computer controlled production machinery. In this method, the tool trajectory is described by a high-level scripting language that enables parametric representations of complex work-piece geometries. The interpreted script is then employed to generate the interpolation data required to compute a tool trajectory that is subjected to a number of kinematic constraints. A real-time interpolator is employed to provide the position commands r...
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S. Muratoğlu, “A novel approach for the design of pulse shaping filters,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.