A Costas loop carrier recovery module. The Costas loop locks to the center frequency of a signal and downconverts it to baseband. The Costas loop can have two output streams. There is a single optional message input. More details can be found online:
J. Feigin, "Practical Costas loop design: Designing a simple and inexpensive BPSK Costas loop carrier recovery circuit," RF signal processing, pp. 20-36, 2002.
- Loop Bandwidth (R)
- Internal 2nd order loop bandwidth (~ 2pi/100)
- The loop order, either 2, 4, or 8
- Use SNR
- Use or ignore SNR estimates (from noise message port) in measurements; also uses tanh instead of slicing.
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