(1) Department of Electrical
and Computer Engineering,
Wireless Networking and Communications Group,
The University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, TX 78712 USA
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(2) Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX USA.
Smart Grid Communications Research at UT Austin
We use the FFT spectrum for each independent region of the noise. As a result, we didn't actually fit the spectrum to a filter which could be done easily though spectral estimation techniques.
The FFT spectrum for each region is given in the following IEEE contribution:
A. Dabak, B. Varadrajan, I. H. Kim, M. Nassar, and G. Gregg, Appendix for noise channel modeling for IEEE P1901.2, IEEE P1901.2 Standard, June 2011, doc: 2wg-11-0134-05-PHM5.
One could either use the data in the above document and fit it to lower order filter; or, one can use the figures in our paper to design your own simple filter that captures the primary properties of the noise spectrum.
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