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1- Faculty of Electrical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University
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The robust carrier tracking is defined as the ability of a receiver to determine the phase and frequency of the input carrier signal in unusual conditions such as signal loss, input signal fading, high receiver dynamic, or other destructive effects of propagation. An implementation of tight tracking can be understood in terms of adopting a very narrow loop bandwidth that contradict with the requirements for tracking high user dynamics. Such a trade-off becomes the critical point and the main limitation of robust carrier tracking, since both noise rejection (and equivalently, recovery of the lost signal power) and agile carrier tracking must be appropriately balanced to avoid penalizing the performance criteria of the specific application under analysis. In practice, bandwidth must be adaptive so that with respect to input noise and dynamic values, optimal bandwidth could be chosen. In this article, first different carrier tracking systems is reviewed and their related features and applications are studied and determined. Then, with comparing existing methods it is shown that, the proposed intelligent type-2 neuro-fuzzy controllers in tracking system provide results that are more acceptable than others because of overcoming the uncertainties in the received carrier signal and environmental conditions. 
Type of Article: Research paper | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/09/11 | Accepted: 2019/06/16

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