Dear Marcus M.:
Do you know which is the synchronization algorithm used in the old
version of ofdm example?Where is the source code of the old ofdm version
Any other suggestions?
At 2015-06-24 15:54:30, “Marcus M.” [email protected] wrote:
basically, Schmidl and Cox is a very good algorithm, because it can
achieve the same quality of synchronization with half of the
synchronization overhead compared to other approaches, or a better
performance with the same amount.
I must admit that from the top of my head, there’s probably not much
that’s better than S&C in a real world OFDM receiver, but I must admit
that I haven’t implemented many OFDM synchronizers myself.
However, you say
Now in my application,maybe this algorithm isn’t enough.
which means that you have a mathematical measure that’s not OK for S&C,
I guess. So in what way doesn’t S&C suffice? What is it about your
application that makes S&C insufficient or impossible to use?
On 06/24/2015 09:00 AM, zs wrote:
Thank you in advance.
I want to ask a question about the new ofdm example.And
I know the receiver have used the SCA(schmidl and cox algorithm)
algorithm.Now in my application,maybe this algorithm isn’t enough.And I
want to ask whether have other good frequency offset correction
algorithm which have been implemented.
2.What is the algorithm used by the old version of the