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Methods for improvement of noise stability in information transmission systems with optimal predistortion and correction

V. K. Marigodov, Yu. V. Matveev

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The paper considers some methods for improvement of efficiency and noise stability of information transmission systems with the use of optimal pre-emphasis and de-emphasis of signals. The main attention is paid at complicated noise situations, when a radio channel is attacked by high-power pulse interference, and when short-term interruptions in communication occur.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3103/S0735272706010031

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