Mary Oliver
Dec 10, 2020

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Consider the bandpass signal x(t)=xI(t)cos(2πfct)-xQ(t)sin(2πfct), where xI(t) and xQ(t) are lowpass signals, each with a bandwidth of W≪fc. This bandpass signal passes through a channel, which introduces no amplitude distortion but has a linear phase. However, if we assume the linear equation in (3.82c) does not pass through origin, we then have:

(3.105)β(f)=-2πftg+C=-2πftg-2πfc(tp-tg)

where tp is known as the phase delay or carrier delay and tg is known as the group delay or envelope delay.

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Giuliano Lorenza

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