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Cui X.-Z.,China Academy of Space Engineering | Kang C.-B.,China Academy of Space Engineering | Liu A.-B.,China Academy of Space Engineering | Liu C.-H.,China Academy of Space Engineering | Liu T.-X.,China Academy of Space Engineering
Yuhang Xuebao/Journal of Astronautics | Year: 2014

The traditional absolute calibration based on oscilloscopic observation is not suitable for crosslink transmitter. A new calibration algorithm is developed by using a digital signal processing technique. The output signal of crosslink transmitter and the pulse per second signal are sampled in synchronization. At first, the delay reference is determined according to straight line fitting for the signal level stepping segment. The sampling data of crosslink transmitting signal is decimated and then phase acquisition processing is made to determine the initial synchronization point. A fine search for the start of the pseudo-random code has been processed between front and rear of the initial synchronization point. Finally, the transmitter delay can be obtained according to the sampling frequency and the calibration delay of the test cable and attenuator. Compared with the oscilloscopic observation method, the analysis and test results show that the proposed technique has overcome the faults caused by whole chip ambiguity and the calibration accuracy can be improved by an order of magnitude.

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