Carrier Detection of FM Signals Using the Wideband Compressive Radio Receiver
The Wideband Compressive Radio Receiver (WCRR) is a wideband receiver based on the field of Compressive Sensing (CS), which enables signal acquisition at rates less than the traditional Nyquist rate. In this paper, the authors present a model of the WCRR for wideband received signals consisting of FM Signal of Interests (SoIs). They use this model to study the effect of different combinations of window length N and decimation factor L on the performance of carrier detection. They also test the robustness of the carrier detection method to noise. Finally, they compare the results obtained with their previous results where the received signal consisted of unmodulated carriers.