Performance of 16 and 64 QAM digital radio systems with multipathpropagation and distortion induced phase jitter
ETSI Telecommun., BarcelonaDOI: 10.1109/MELCON.1989.50093 Conference: Electrotechnical Conference, 1989. Proceedings. 'Integrating Research, Industry and Education in Energy and Communication Engineering', MELECON '89., Mediterranean
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The authors present a novel method for assessing the bit error probability in a QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) system, taking into account thermal noise, multipath distortion, and phase jitter. System signature is calculated for a system without any specific protection against multipath and for an IF (intermediate frequency) equalized system. Minimum-phase as well as nonminimum-phase fading is considered. As a representative result, the system signatures are shown for P (ε)=10-3 in a 16 QAM system at 140 Mb/s
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ABSTRACT: This Paper investigates the sensitivity to frequency-selective fading of different modulation techniques commonly used in digital radio systems. The modulation methods considered are phase-shift-keying ( M ary PSK), nonoffset and offset quadrature amplitude modulation ( M -ary QAM), and quadrature partial response signaling (QPRS). The performances of these methods during multipath fading are compared on the basis of the "signatures" calculated for idealized systems. Results are presented from which the relative outage probability was determined, assuming a propagation channel with frequency-selective Rician fading.IEEE Transactions on Communications 10/1985; DOI:10.1109/TCOM.1985.1096410 · 1.99 Impact Factor
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