Performance analysis of trellis coded M-PSK systems over partial response-fading channels based on neural network approach


Ucan O.

1996 IEEE Military Communications Conference (MILCOM 96), Virginia, United States Of America, 21 - 24 October 1996, pp.442-446 identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: Virginia
  • Country: United States Of America
  • Page Numbers: pp.442-446

Abstract

In this paper, the first time in the literature, partial response-fading channel is introduced. The new channel model acts lire partial response signalling (PRS) hating Rician probability density function. Analytical upper bounds of the trellis coded M-PSK structures are derived using Chernoff bounding technique, combined with the modified generating functional approach for partial response-fading channel with ideal slate information (CSI) and infinite interleaving/deinterleaving. One interesting result is that trellis coded 4PSK systems have better error performance over partial response- fading channel than classical Rician channels for signal to noise ratios greater than a threshold value, which has the best error performance in the literature. Neural network models of trellis coded 4PSK scheme is introduced the first time ire literature over partial response-lading channels. The hit error event curves are derived using back propogation algorithm.