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I'm an electerical engeneer with a fair backgraund in telecommunication field.I'm working on a project in which I'm supposed to simulate the whole signal a receiver gets on earth (from suppose a satellite)with all the specifications like the doppler shift of the transmitted signal and the acceleration of the reciever as well.(in fact I'm going to fool a stationary receiver as if it is receiving true signals whit doppler shift and has a certain acceleration itself)

untill now I've managed to simulate the baseband signal plus the atmosphere errors in matlab.now I'm wondering how can I simulate the doppler shift and the acceleration?should I do it in baseband?how?or I should wait for a vector generator and show the doppler in the phase of the signal(just as we see in equations)

I've read tens of papers but since I'm working individually It't very hard to make a final decision.

ANY suggestion is welcome

thanks

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