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To estimate the impact of electromagnetic disturbances on multi-carrier wireless systems, a method for converting an amplitude probability distribution (APD) of disturbance measured at a frequency to be valid for another frequency is presented. The conversion uses two parameters, the receiver noise power of the APD measuring equipment and a scale factor that can be estimated from a measured disturbance spectrum. The method is based on the assumption that the difference in measurement frequency affects only the relative scale of the probability distribution of band-limited disturbance amplitude, and is applicable to disturbances of practically importance such as 1) continuous or pulse-modulated wideband Gaussian noise, 2) disturbance with a much narrower bandwidth than receiver bandwidth B, and 3) repetitive short pulses with similar waveforms with an interval much longer than 1/B. The validity of the proposed method is examined by measurements of actual disturbances.
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Yasushi MATSUMOTO, Kaoru GOTOH, Takashi SHINOZUKA, "A Method for Converting Amplitude Probability Distribution of Disturbance from One Measurement Frequency to Another" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications,
vol. E91-B, no. 6, pp. 2010-2019, June 2008, doi: 10.1093/ietcom/e91-b.6.2010.
Abstract: To estimate the impact of electromagnetic disturbances on multi-carrier wireless systems, a method for converting an amplitude probability distribution (APD) of disturbance measured at a frequency to be valid for another frequency is presented. The conversion uses two parameters, the receiver noise power of the APD measuring equipment and a scale factor that can be estimated from a measured disturbance spectrum. The method is based on the assumption that the difference in measurement frequency affects only the relative scale of the probability distribution of band-limited disturbance amplitude, and is applicable to disturbances of practically importance such as 1) continuous or pulse-modulated wideband Gaussian noise, 2) disturbance with a much narrower bandwidth than receiver bandwidth B, and 3) repetitive short pulses with similar waveforms with an interval much longer than 1/B. The validity of the proposed method is examined by measurements of actual disturbances.
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