Design and implementation of the subsystem subject to emission of multicomponent high-frequency signals to ensure its reliability

Milad Daneshvar, Naser Parhizgar, Homayoon Oraizi


Telecommunication systems, especially digital ones, are mostly known to be immune to noise given their extensive range of applications. This study aimed to investigate the methods and tools used for the analysis of multicomponent signals input to high-frequency digital subsystems, including the analysis of changes in its electrical behavior. This research mainly focuses on analyzing a high-frequency telecommunication subsystem, recording the results, investigating the system behavior against signals with different amplitudes and phases, detecting the received signals, and measuring the phase differences. The study extended the mono-component signals to multi-component signals and accurately extracted the statistical signal specifications using analytic signals in the time-frequency domain. To this end, a method was proposed based on the switch matrix to relate the different components and parameters, and also a mathematical model based on the state-space equations was employed to evaluate the nonlinear system modes. Given that the decoupling of measurement parameters is a problem to be tackled from multiple aspects, the costs and test durations were also taken into calculations in addition to considering all the detection methods for interference signals, reliability and time under test.


high-frequency signals; mono-component; multicomponent; reliability; subsystems;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578