Prediction-based differential decoding for Ricean fading channels feed

TitlePrediction-based differential decoding for Ricean fading channels feed
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsLampe, L., and R. Schober
Conference NameGlobal Telecommunications Conference, 2001. GLOBECOM '01. IEEE
Pagination1230 -1234 vol.2
Keywordsamplitude modulation, bit-interleaved coded amplitude modulation, bit-interleaved coded phase modulation, decision-feedback differential demodulation, decoding, demodulation, differential detection, feedback, frequency nonselective fading channels, low-complexity noncoherent receiver, modulation coding, phase modulation, power efficiency, prediction theory, prediction-based differential decoding, Ricean fading channels, Rician channels, time-variant fading transmission

Bit-interleaved coded phase and amplitude modulation over frequency-non-selective Ricean fading channels without channel state information at the receiver is studied. We propose a low-complexity noncoherent receiver structure which is very well suited to time-variant fading transmission scenarios, and which provides gains of several dBs in power efficiency compared to conventional differential detection


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