Time scaled modulated signal and its variation in real saturated time shifted communication strategies


SRIVASTAVA, ATUL RANJAN

Abstract

This paper explores those standards through which Time Scaled modulated signal can be applied in different communication strategies depending on the frequency and phase of the amplitude. It is necessary to tackle physical topology challenges and to adequately use a limited platform. We should take a simple scaled signal and generate quality and compare it with theoretical values to applaud the traditional values. We have signal statistics that are unknown and varying in real-time implementations. We have signal statistics that are unknown and changing throughout time. Therefore if we try to time-stretch the signal by making it faster, we do not have the ability to grab the future frames which makes speeding up the signal impossible. However in order to slow down the signal we are simply, in some cases, repeating parts of the known signal, therefore time-stretching used to decrease the speed of signal.

Keyword(s)

Time scaling, Communication, Stretching, Interpolation, TRNS, SOLA, ZCR

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