Enhancement of the ECMA-368 UWB system by means of compatible relaying techniques

TitleEnhancement of the ECMA-368 UWB system by means of compatible relaying techniques
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsKan, J., J. Mietzner, C. Snow, and R. Schober
Conference NameUltra-Wideband, 2008. ICUWB 2008. IEEE International Conference on
Pagination63 -67
Date Publishedsep.
Keywordsamplify-and-forward relaying, channel coding, channel coding scheme, compatible relaying techniques, cyclic delay diversity, decode-and-forward relaying, ECMA-368 UWB system, IEEE 802.15.3 channel models, personal area networks, ultra wideband communication, ultra wideband radio systems
Abstract

We assess the benefits of relaying techniques with regard to the performance of ECMA-368 ultra wideband radio systems. To this end, we closely follow the current ECMA-368 standard and adopt the IEEE 802.15.3a channel models. Focus is on compatible relaying techniques that require a minimum of change to the current system specifications. In particular, we consider decode-and-forward (D amp;F) and amplify-and-forward (A amp;F) relaying and combine these techniques with a distributed version of cyclic delay diversity (CDD) performed across relays. Our results show that, as long as the relays are located sufficiently close to the source node, both D amp;F and A amp;F relaying achieve significant performance gains over direct transmission, even in the case of correlated shadowing. Furthermore, we find that the distributed CDD scheme yields little improvements compared to simple A amp;F and D amp;F relaying, since the employed channel coding scheme already picks up a large amount microscopic diversity.

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICUWB.2008.4653352
DOI10.1109/ICUWB.2008.4653352

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