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Transcript of Carrier Recovery
Overview of the Topic
1. Definition of Carrier Recovery
2. Methods of Carrier Recovery
a. Squaring Loop
b. Costas Loop
A Costas loop is a phase-locked loop based circuit which is used for carrier phase recovery from suppressed-carrier modulation signals.
The primary application of Costas loops is in wireless receivers.
Same result as Squaring loop.
It is a process of extracting a phase-coherent reference carrier from a receiver signal.
A circuit used to estimate and compensate for frequency and phase difference.
Sometimes called as Phase Referencing.
Sophisticated Methods of Carrier Recovery
A common method of achieving carrier recovery for BPSK is the squaring loop.
It removes the modulation and generates the second harmonic of the carrier frequency.
Figure 2-38 : Costas loop carrier recovery circuit
The third method of achieving recovery of a phase and frequency coherent carrier.
Has faster acquisition time than either the squaring or the costas loop.
Figure 2 - 39 : Remodulator loop carrier recovery circuit
Figure 3 - 27 : Squaring loop carrier recovery circuit for BPSK receiver