The Matched Filter Principle and its Applications

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In this technical talk, Dr. Arturo Veloz explains one of the most common techniques used in communication systems, the matched filter, and very often is not fully understood by students or even professional engineers in the industry.
Communications Systems work because a transmitter and a receiver can communicate with each other, i.e., a receiver can decode a transmitted message even in the presence of noise. The matched filter technique is explored when messages are transmitted in the absence and the presence of noise. Furthermore, the correlation and convolution operations relate under certain conditions to define the matched filter functionality.



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  • Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Mexico

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  • Starts 28 April 2020 10:09 PM
  • Ends 28 May 2020 10:09 PM
  • All times are Mexico/General
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Dr. Arturo Veloz

Dr. Arturo Veloz of CINVESTAV / ITESO

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The Matched Filter Principle and its Applications

In this technical talk, Dr. Arturo Veloz explains one of the most common techniques used in communication systems, the matched filter, and very often is not fully understood by students or even professional engineers in the industry.
Communications Systems work because a transmitter and a receiver can communicate with each other, i.e., a receiver can decode a transmitted message even in the presence of noise. The matched filter technique is explored when messages are transmitted in the absence and the presence of noise. Furthermore, the correlation and convolution operations relate under certain conditions to define the matched filter functionality.

Biography:

Arturo Veloz was born in Gómez Palacio, Durango, Mexico. He received the B.Sc. Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN) in Mexico City in 1980. The Certificat d’Études Superièures de I’École Nationale Superiéure des Télécomunications Paris, France in 1981, and the Ph.D., degree from the Université de Paris Sud, centre d’Orsay France in 1985. He received the Prix de Thèse CNRS. From 1985 to 1988 he was with the Communications Department of CINVESTAV (IPN Mexico City) as a full time professor. From 1988 to 1994 he was with the Semiconductor Technology Center (CTS) Guadalajara as Design Engineer, Verification Engineer, and Engineering Manager. From 1999 to 2000 he was with CINVESTAV (IPN Guadalajara) as a full time professor. From 1999 to 2000 he was with TDCOM as verification manager in San Francisco, CA., USA, and from 2000 to 2016 he was with Intel Tecnología de México S.A. de C.V. as design and verification manager at Intel Labs group. His research interests include CPM optimum modulation, OFDM with Index Modulation, Faster and Nyquist and Non-Orthogonal Signaling.





Agenda

1.- Communication over an Additive White Gausian Noise Channel

2.- Description of the Transmitter

3.- Example of a Binary Transmitter

4.- Description of the Receiver (Using Correlation)

5.- Example of a Binary Receiver

6.- Correlation and Convolution Operations and the Matched Filter

7.- Example of a Binary Receiver (Using the Matched Filter)

8.- Received Signals Disturbed Only by AWGN

9.- Optimality of the Matched Filter