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ELE11101: CLOCK RECOVERY IN DATA COMMUNICATION
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

12/1/2011
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EDINBURGH NAPIER UNIVERSITY
ANKESH DANDEKAR- 40053303

ABSTRACT: Paper shows the Design, Implementation and Simulation for CLOCK RECOVERY SYSTEM IN DATA COMMUNICATION using Digital Signal Processing technique (DSP) for use in 9.6kbit modems system. This implemented system helps to retrieve the clock from the received data at receiver as the generated clock has same phase and frequency at transmitter. And that recovered clock decodes the data correctly and also provides power saving facility in low serial data communication.
Circuit design and its simulation is fulfilled using MATLAB/SIMULINK, report focuses each and every parameters in design at MATLAB.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS-
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 04
2.1 Background
2.2 Objective

2. GENERAL DISCRIPTION......................................................................................... 04
3.3 Digital Signal Processing Techniques
3.4 Data Communication
3.5 Digital Filters
3.6 Clock Recovery Circuit (CRC)
3.7 Phase Lock Loop (PLL) Circuits
3.8 Jitter (Errors’)

3. CIRCUIT DISCRIPTION........................................................................................... 08
4.9 Bernoulli Binary Generator
3.2 Unit Delay
3.4 Logical Operator- XOR
3.4 Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC)
3.5 Data Type Conversion
3.6 Digital Filter

4. CIRCUIT DESIGN AND IMPLEMANTATION............................................................. 11
5.10 Design…...

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