Impulsive noise reduction of a narrowband power line communication using optimal nonlinearity technique
In this paper, we propose an optimal Clipping/Blanking nonlinearity technique for impulsive noise reduction in narrowband (9 kHz-490 kHz) PLC system. This optimal technique is based on the minimum bit error rate (BER) search. For our simulation, we have derived the transfer function of a typical low voltage (LV) PLC network using the common bottom-up approach and scattering matrix method. Our simulation results, in terms of BER versus signal to noise ratio (SNR), show that the proposed technique improves the BER performance of the narrowband PLC system.
Bit error rate; Data transmission systems; Electric lines—Carrier transmission; Electronic noise; Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing
Digital Communications and Networking | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Other Electrical and Computer Engineering | Signal Processing | Systems and Communications
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Vu, H. L.,
Foh, C. H.
Impulsive noise reduction of a narrowband power line communication using optimal nonlinearity technique.
Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference, ATNAC 2011