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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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ENHANCED PERFORMANCE OF FQPSK-B RECEIVER BASED ON TRELLIS-CODED VITERBI DEMODULATION

Lee, Dennis, Simon, Marvin, Yan, Tsun-Yee 10 1900 (has links)
International Telemetering Conference Proceedings / October 23-26, 2000 / Town & Country Hotel and Conference Center, San Diego, California / Commercial FQPSK-B receivers traditionally use symbol-by-symbol detection and have a 2 dB Eb=No loss relative to ideal QPSK at a bit error rate (BER) of 10^(-5). An enhanced FQPSK-B receiver using a Viterbi algorithm (VA) to perform trellis decoding is simulated and shown to have a 1.2 dB Eb=No improvement over symbol-by-symbol detection for 10^(-5)5 BER at the cost of increased complexity. A simplified Viterbi receiver with a reduced trellis and significantly less complexity is introduced with only a slight BER degradation compared to the full Viterbi receiver. In addition, a theoretical bit error probability expression for the symbol-by-symbol FQPSK-B receiver is derived and compared with simulation results.
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Design and Simulation of Coded-Modulation Using Turbo Trellis Coding and Multi-Layer Modulations

Khalili, Fatemeh, January 2017 (has links)
No description available.
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A comparison of two novel channel coding techniques for CDMA

Kim, Young M. 03 March 2009 (has links)
In Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) systems forward error correction (FEC) is an important factor in improving system performance. Because of the multiple access interference observed in asynchronous CDMA, FEC is required to improve system capacity. Several alternative coding techniques are available, including "trellis codes" specifically designed for CDMA, very low rate convolutional codes and conventional convolutional codes. An analytic approach is developed to compare the performance of different coding techniques for CDMA on the same basis by extending several improved analysis techniques which were developed for uncoded CDMA. Analytic results are presented for additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channels and frequency non-selective Rician Fading (FNRF) channels. The performance of coded CDMA systems in frequency selective Rayleigh fading channels is also analyzed using simulation techniques. Both analytic and simulation results show that by using trellis codes or very low rate convolutional codes significant performance improvement is achieved over conventional convolutional codes. Trellis codes outperform very low rate convolutional codes in AWGN and FNRF channels while both codes show similar performance in frequency selective Rayleigh fading channels. / Master of Science
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The Impact of Channel Estimation Error on Space-Time Block and Trellis Codes in Flat and Frequency Selective Channels

Chi, Xuan 22 July 2003 (has links)
Recently multiple antenna systems have received significant attention from researchers as a means to improve the energy and spectral efficiency of wireless systems. Among many classes of schemes, Space-Time Block codes (STBC) and Space-Time Trellis codes (STTC) have been the subject of many investigations. Both techniques provide a means for combatting the effects of multipath fading without adding much complexity to the receiver. This is especially useful in the downlink of wireless systems. In this thesis we investigate the impact of channel estimation error on the performance of both STBC and STTC. Channel estimation is especially important to consider in multiple antenna systems since (A) for coherent systems there are more channels to estimate due to multiple antennas and (B) the decoupling of data streams relies on correct channel estimation. The latter effect is due to the intentional cross-talk introduced into STBC. / Master of Science
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Performance Analysis of STTC-Based MIMO Under Cognitive RadioScenarios

Kankantee, Sanjana, Ganta, Sai Praneeth Reddy January 2023 (has links)
This thesis presents a comprehensive investigation into improving wireless transmission rates and reliability through the implementation of Space Time Trellis Codes(STTC). The study focuses on enhancing the coding gain, diversity gain, and flexible transmission capabilities, which are crucial for Error-Correcting Codes (ECC)in wireless communications. Spectral efficiency, a primary concern, is achieved byincorporating Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) techniques. This thesis discusses the encoding method and decoding algorithm for STTC systems. Then, the performance of MIMO using the Alamouti scheme is determined.Further, the benefits of Cognitive Radio (CR), an intelligent radio technology capable of automatically detecting the best available wireless channel in the spectrumat any given time, are utilized. Energy Detection (ED) is employed for SpectrumSensing (SS) to detect the presence of Primary Users (PUs). The thesis analyzes theperformance of Probability of Detection (PD) and Probability of False Alarm (PFA). Furthermore, the thesis evaluates the Bit Error Rate (BER) performance of STTCover an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel, considering different modulation schemes generated in MATLAB. Specifically, it investigates the performance ofSTTC-MIMO in terms of BER over Rayleigh channels with Quadrature AmplitudeModulation (QAM) for different combinations of transmitting and receiving antennas. The findings from this research contribute to advancing wireless communicationsystems by addressing the challenges of error correction, spectral efficiency, and reliable data transmission. The integration of STTC with MIMO and CR presents aprogressive approach towards maximizing the potential of wireless communicationtechnologies to cater to the increasing demands for seamless connectivity and superior performance. This research adds to the ongoing efforts of enhancing wirelesscommunication systems’ performance and efficiency, fostering advancements in wireless technology.

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