ERROR ESTIMATION OF THE ALGORITHM FOR THE PHASE SHIFT DEFINITION OF HARMONIC SIGNALS IN THE TIMELESS THAN THE SIGNAL PERIOD USING STOCHASTIC SAMPLING

Irina N ZAITSEVA
2020 Periódico Tchê Química  
Determining the parameters of a harmonic signal is one of the most common types of measurements in radio engineering, communication engineering, electronics and automation systems. The research and development of new methods for measuring the harmonic signal parameters are relevant. This work studied algorithm errors for determining the phase shift of harmonic signals using stochastic sampling. The relevance of this study is dictated by increasing requirements for the accuracy and speed of
more » ... ring equipment, the reduction of time it takes to decide on the presence of a signal while searching for it, that make it necessary to use statistically optimal methods for measuring signal parameters. The work aimed to develop an algorithm and estimate its errors for the possibility of practical implementation of the algorithm for processing infra-lowfrequency radio signals during stochastic sampling. According to the uniform distribution law, the instantaneous values in each sample of the signals under investigation are based on stochastic sampling in time. Mathematical modeling of algorithm errors for determining the phase shift of signals with harmonics, and depending on harmonics compared to the first (main) harmonic of the signal under investigation during the sampling by real analog-to-digital converters have been carried out. The obtained values of the algorithm errors for determining the phase shift of the main harmonic are within an acceptable range (30%); at harmonics amplitudes (up to the 3rd harmonic) within 20%. The computing experiment results for estimating the algorithm errors confirm the possibility of obtaining high accuracy in determining the phase shift of harmonic signals. This algorithm can be used for processing infra-low-frequency radio signals with sufficient accuracy in acoustics, hydroacoustics, seismic acoustics, underwater, and underground communication.
doi:10.52571/ptq.v17.n36.2020.229_periodico36_pgs_213_222.pdf fatcat:yapzbbyrunfrtnjwcq6jj7mwwy