An analytic technique to separate cochannel FM signals

  title={An analytic technique to separate cochannel FM signals},
  author={Jon Hamkins},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Communications},
A new technique is presented that can perfectly &&rat& two cochannel FM signals in a noiseless environment. The method involves the analytic solution of the phases to within one of two possibilities, and a two-state trellis algorithm to trace the correct sequence of phase solutions. This method represents an improvement over other cochanne! interference separatio2 methods (e.g., joint Viterbi and cross-coupled phase-locked loop) which can never perfectly separate the signals. Simulations… CONTINUE READING
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