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Evaluation of System Performance of Ultra-Wide Band Jointing in MC Signaling in Correlated Environments

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Author(s): Joy Iong-Zong Chen | Kai-Chih Chuang | Lu-Tsou Yeh

Journal: Engineering
ISSN 1947-3931

Volume: 05;
Issue: 04;
Start page: 329;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: MC Signaling | Multipath | Correlated Nakagami-m Distribution | UWB (Ultra-Wide Band)

ABSTRACT
The evaluation of System Performance of UWB (ultra-wide band) jointing in MC (multi-carrier) signaling in correlated environments is presented in the report. The correlated Nakagami-m statistical distribution for the multipath fading model is assumed in this scenario. In fact to establish the model for analyzing in this article is using MC-CDMA (multi-carrier code-division multiple-access) system characterization combined with a UWB scheme. The average BER (bit error rate) is calculated and compared to a special case of previously published results. Studied results from this paper can be implied to approve the system performance for a UWB system combined with a MC-CDMA wireless communication system. It is worth noting that the Nakagami-m distributed fading parameter significantly dominates UWB system performance when it cooperates with MC signaling under a fading environment. Finally, it is worthy of noting that when the SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) at system’s receiver reaches a preset high threshold value, the parameter of power decay ratio effect could be not included.

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