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G.mgfast transmission technology
Rada, Dominik ; Ježek, Jiří (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
The master thesis deals with G.fast and G.mgfast transmission technologies, including their parameters. The work deals with the principle of vector DMT modulation and the possibility of time duplex TDD and full-duplex FDX in two-way communication used in these technologies. The following is a description of the line using the KHM model, which is suitable for simulations in the transmission band using G.fast and G.mgfast technologies. Subsequently, the disturbing effects of crosstalk at the near end of NEXT and the far end of FEXT and their elimination with these technologies are discussing. Part of the work explains supporting calculations to determine the SNR and bit allocation to calculate the baud rate. The work describes the methods of compensation of crosstalk FEXT and NEXT, which affect the resulting baud rate. The work also includes an application for simulation of transmission speed as a function of distance for G.fast and G.mgfast technologies, allowing changing input parameters and adjusting the transmission bandwidth based on G.9700 and G.9701 standards. Also, in work, an application is created to display the compensation of the influence of the transmitted signal crosstalk FEXT and NEXT, which allow the import of measured crosstalk between individual participants. The issue of influencing crosstalk for accurate measurements in the laboratory is also discussing. An application in the MATLAB environment is creating to display the measured characteristics.
Vectoring in xDSL systems
Rada, Dominik ; Číž, Radim (referee) ; Šilhavý, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis presents the approximation of VDSL2 and G.fast transmission systems according to pre-selected cable types. The thesis is also focused on the principle of vectoring and its use. The components of the thesis are explained by initialization process in modems with support of vectoring and approximation of Pre-Coder algorithms. A part of the thesis is a created user application in MATLAB, which displays the influence of vectoring on the transfer rates based on user input. In addition, the application captures primary and secondary line parameters, transmission characteristics, and transmitted masks.

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