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Commit 8d6aa005 authored by Martin Hudlicka's avatar Martin Hudlicka
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function rxSigFreq = F_Apply_RX_Filter(distSigFreq,params)
% This function calculates the transfer function (Hrrc) of the root raised
% cosine function in the frequency domain and applies it to the Baseband
% Reference Waveform. This is discussed in IEEE P1765 document Section
% 5.1.2.1 and Annex A.
%
% Inputs:
% distSigFreq: Baseband version of reference signal in frequency domain
% params: Structure containing all the basic communication parameters
%
% Outputs:
% rxSigFreq: The filtered spectrum in the frequency domain using the
% matched filter intended for the modulation type being used.
global structGlobal
% Calculate Root Raised Cosine Filter's Transfer Function in Frequency Domain
% Hrrc based on Joost's paper
Hrrc = F_freqSqrtRaisedCosine(1/params.fsym, params.rolloff, 1/params.fsamp, params.numseg*length(params.t1));
% To match the length of the Hrrc vector with the other previously defined vectors
Hrrc = [zeros(round((params.numSamp-length(Hrrc))/2),1);Hrrc;zeros(round((params.numSamp-length(Hrrc))/2),1)];
Hrrc = Hrrc(1:length(Hrrc) - 1); % Removing endpoint to match with numSamp
Hrrc = circshift(Hrrc,length(Hrrc)/2); % For baseband
Hrrc = transpose(Hrrc)/max(Hrrc); % Ensuring unit gain in passband
% Apply Ideal Matched Filtering to Baseband Reference Waveform
rxSigFreq = distSigFreq.*Hrrc; % Ideal matched filtering in frequency domain
rxSig = ifft(rxSigFreq); % Transform match-filtered Baseband Reference Waveform to the time domain
structGlobal.rxSigAve = abs(sum(rxSig)/length(distSigFreq)); % Signal Average Value (should be small)
end
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