Performance Comparison of Uncoded and ZigZag Coded IDMA
Wireless communication should be band limited and have the ability to provide low complexity at the receiver side, have to remain springy by reverence in the direction of information level, and offer modification compared to fading. So the scheme that provides all these things is interleave division multiple access (IDMA). IDMA can be considered as fifth generation nonorthogonal multiple access scheme (NOMA) and almost inherits all the advantages of code division multiple access (CDMA) In this paper the new zigzag coded based IDMA is presented and simultaneously the performance improvement is verified by comparing it by uncoded IDMA. Simulation experiments have been performed at different data length and Spreadlength establish the better BER performance of zigzag-coded IDMA.
KeywordsIDMA Zigzag code BER Decoding complexity Encoder
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