Error probability for partial response CPM with diversity for adaptable slow Rayleigh in Gaussian noise
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This paper considers the average probability of error for various modulation schemes with diversity and adaptable slow Rayleigh fading in Gaussian noise. The average is formed over the instantaneous receiver signal-to-noise ratio after combining. Binary constant amplitude digital modulation schemes described by Aulin_ and Sundberg are considered. The signals CMP (continuous phase modulation), are transmitted over an adaptable slow nonselective Rayleigh fading channel (exponential model with bound conditions). The detection is assumed with coherent MSK-type receivers. Diversity is used and the branch fading is assumed independent. The error probability is calculated for several modulation schemes, including TFM 5, Gaussian MSK and 3RC for diversity with selection combining. The obtained results are significant and have practical applications in the case of newly designed digital land mobile radio systems.
CitacióLCD-TMS. Error probability for partial response CPM with diversity for adaptable slow Rayleigh in Gaussian noise. A: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory. "ISIT 1983: 1983 International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT): St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada: September 26-30, 1983". St. Jovite, Quebec: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1983.