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Reduced Complexity Sequence Detection of Continuous Phase Modulation Represented as the Linear Superposition of Amplitude Modula

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Reduced Complexity Sequence Detection of Continuous Phase Modulation Represented as the Linear Superposition of Amplitude Modula
The Laurent Decomposition expresses any binary single-h CPM waveform as the summation of a finite number of pulse amplitude modulated components, and this result has been useful in the development of a class of reduced complexity CPM detection schemes. In a recent generalization, it has been shown that a similar finite-term amplitude modulation expansion exists for all variants of CPM, regardless of signal complexity, with the important distinction that the amplitude modulated pulses are, generally, data-dependent. Furthermore, it has been shown that most of the signal power is typically concentrated in the first 1 – 2 principle components of the expansion, which suggests a possible reduction in receiver complexity viz. the optimal maximum likelihood sequence detector. In this paper, we investigate the bit error rate (BER) performance of a maximum likelihood sequence detector when the incoming signal is matched to the data-dependent pulse modulation components found in this new sign...
Marilynn P. Wylie-Green, Erik Perrins
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Marilynn P. Wylie-Green, Erik Perrins
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