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Generalized Space Shift Keying Modulation Combined with Convolutional Coding

  • Pengcheng Guo
  • Bingyin Ren
  • Yongxin Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 463)

Abstract

In this paper, a Generalized Space Shift Keying modulation scheme combined with convolutional coding is proposed, and the convolutional coding structure is given. Firstly, the transmission model and the convolutional coding structure of the system are introduced. Secondly, the decoding algorithm of antenna detection used in the receiver is analyzed, and the complexity of the receiving algorithm is compared. Finally, the transmission performance of the scheme is simulated and analyzed in the Rician fading channel, and the advantages and disadvantages of the scheme, traditional Space Shift Keying modulation and Generalized Space Shift Keying modulation are compared. The results show that the proposed scheme can prove the anti-channel fading performance of the system.

Keywords

Convolutional coding Rician fading channel Generalized Space Shift Keying 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Luoyang Electronic Equipment Test Center of ChinaLuoyangChina

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