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The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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The Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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Kyung-Hi Chang / Song Chong / Jong-Taek Oh / Jae-Jin Lee / Myung-Sik Yoo
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Volume 24, Issue 12B - Dec 1999
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On the Performance of W-CDMA system with Different Bandwidth over Wideband Rayleigh Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 767~774
In this paper, we compare the performance of asynchronous W-CDMA system with different bandwidth. We take into consideration of wideband multipath channel environment which consists of discrete multipath components whose strength is Rayleigh distributed. Each CDMA system different bandwidth experience different effects of multipath because there are different number of multipath within one chip duration according to the spreading bandwidth. We derive the average error probability versus the capacity, and compare the capacity of W-CDMA systems using the RAKE receiver with EGC diversity.
Analysis of Multi-Media DS/CDMA System
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 775~781
A multi-media variable processing gain DS/CDMA system are considered. Two types of information sources with different rates and transmitting powers are assumed to be stransmitted simultaneously in the same channel. Average signal-to-noise ratios at the correlation receiver outputs for each type of information sources are analytically derived as funtions of partial cross-correlations between spreading code sequences. As the difference of information rates between information sources increase, the difference between signal-to-noise ratio regarding random spreading code and that regarding pseudo random spreading code increases (maximum 1.3dB). The result can provide a analytical tools for use in multi-media DS/CDMA system design.
Performance Analysis of Adaptive System Using MPSK and MQAM for Rayleigh Fading Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 782~790
In this paper, we propose an adaptive trellis-coded Multiple Quadrature Amplitude Modulation(ATCMQAM) applying MQAM as the modulation scheme in the conventional ATCMPSK (Adaptive trellis-Coded Multiple Phase Shift Keying) for slowly varying Rayleigh fading channels. The proposed system adaptively controls the coding rate combined with modulation level of pragmatic approach to trellis-coded modulation according to the instantaneous fading channel conditions, and employs MQAM as modulation scheme.Results by computer simulation show that the proposed adaptive model using MQAM can realize higher quality transmission with the improvement more than 0.5 ~ 1bit in average bit rate. And there is a coding gain of 2-5dB, depending on the high SNR value, compared with the conventional adaptive model employing MPSK.
A CDMA System for Wireless ATM Service: Multiple Radio Link and Power Control Algorithm
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 791~802
This paper introduces a wireless multimedia CDMA system using a simulcasting method and configuring multiple radio links between a user and radio ports. The CDMA system with multiple links can support seamless and soft handoffs as well as port-diversity effect. We propose two transmission power control algorithms for the multiple links which support the required service quality. We perform simulations for the capacity of the proposed system. In the simulations, a system with nine ports is configured and simulated. For the uplink, as the number of the multiple links increases, the capacity also increases and immediately approaches to the theoretical upper limit. It is shown that four radio links are enough to achieve the theoretical maximum capacity. On the other hand, for the downlink, though it has the merit of soft and seamless handoff in the wireless ATM system, the capacity rather decreases as the increase of the number of the links due to the severe multiple interferences.
A CDMA System for Wireless ATM Service: Access Method and Control Algorithm
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 803~819
We introduces a wireless multimedia CDMA system configuring multiple transmission links between a user and radio ports. We propose a centralized reservation access control scheme with transmission scheduling and dynamic allocation (CRMA/TSDA) to support the diverse multimedia traffic in the introduced CDMA system. We propose two types of transmission allocation algorithms: slot and link allocation algorithms with local information and global information. The transmission allocation algorithm proposed in this paper allocates a set of ports configuring multiple radio links and transmission slot/power to each of scheduled transmission requests. We perform simulations for the proposed system and algorithms. Through the simulation, we show that the performance of the algorithm with local information stands comparison with that of the quasi-optimum algorithm with global information. Also, the two algorithms in the system has shown to have better performance than the conventional CDMA system with a distributed random transmission method.
Performance Comparison of CDMA and TDMA protocols in radio access system for Integrated Voice/Data Services
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 820~831
In this paper, we have compared the performance of a D-TDMA protocol with that of a CDMA protocol, in radio access system for integrated voice/data services.The D-TDMA protocol is based on a generic dynamic channel assignment approach to be followed a combination of “circuit mode” reservation for voice calls, along with dynamic first-come-first served assignment of remaining capacity for data messages. In the CDMA protocol, we have used the voice activity detection to reduce the interface power of other mobiles in internal and external cells, and analyzed the interference power ratio. Also we have computed BER(Bit Error Rate) by using this interference power ratio and evaluated voice blocking probability(voice packet loss probability) and data transmission delay, according to average data length and average data arrival rate.We have found the CDMA protocol achieves comparatively higher performance for short data length, regardless of data arrival rate. Otherwise, the data transmission delay of D-TDMA protocol is shorter than that of the CDMA protocol for long data message.
Performance Improvements of Handover in Mobile-IP Protocol for Mobile Computing
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 832~844
In this paper, we analyzed mobile-IP protocol of IETF, and propose new method to improve performance in handover environments. In proposed method, cache agent manages mobility binding information for mobile host. Thus, effective support of mobility is possible. Also, when handover occurs, mobile host recognizes change of foreign agent, and transmits registration message to new foreign agent. However, during registration time, data packet loss is occurs in old foreign agent. Thus, we prevent data loss by using data packet buffering and forwarding in old foreign agent.According to simulation results for data packet transmission performance in the case of handover occurring, proposed method has better performance than previous method in the view of transmission delay and throughput. Especially, if handover occurs very often, data buffering and forwarding method in foreign agent could guarantee better performance.
Peak-to-Average Ratio Reduction for DS/CDMA Reverse Link
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 845~854
In the reverse link of DS/CDMA systems, the Peak-to-Average Ratio(PAR) performance can be analyzed by phase variations of spread signals. In the paper, we propose s PAR analysis method using phase variations of signals. Using this method, we analyze the PAR performances of existing spreading methods and suggest several methods improving the PAR performances. Also we show the proposed methods have negligible BER degradation compared to the existing ones.
Effects of Nonlinearity on the Performance of Multi-Code CDMA Communication Systems
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 855~863
Recently a number of multi-rate CDMA systems have been proposed for the third generation mobile communication system. Multi-Code CDMA (MC-CDMA) offers the system construction advantage of being able to use a single-rate receiver. But MC-CDMA suffers from the distortion due to the nonlinearity of the power amplifier. In this paper, we analyze the effect of the nonlinearity on the bit error rate performance of MC-CDMA systems. A polynomial model is used to represent the amplifier amplitude nonlinearities.
Onboard Processing performance under uplink-jamming for military satellite communication systems
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 864~870
A key difference between a tactical military and commercial satcom system is that the military system is expected to provide a service in the presence of ECM threats such as jamming. In this paper, we analyzed the three different type of link system applicable to the military satellite and directly compared to each system in order to find system performance according to the maximum jammer power. For the analysis, we modeled and simulated the SHF satellite system based on uplink jamming. From the results, it is found for each different type of link the maximum jammer power that can be tolerated with link operating at its suggested nominal rate. Also, we studied to the survivability level against the jamming condition through the performance comparison in shipborne and portable terminal consistent with frequency.
Design of a tracking and demodulation circuit for wideband DDMA in IMT-2000
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 871~880
In this paper, a pseudo-noise(PN) tracking and demodulation circuits are analyzed and designed for a direct-sequence/spread-spectrum multiple access system under a mobile fading channel. We consider noncoherent delay locked loop(DLL) as a PN code tracking loop which has 1/8 PN chip resolution. The tracking performance of DLL is evaluated in terms of locking time from a loose state and tracking jitter. The received signal is demodulated to original data by despreading with PN code locked by DLL. Also the designed circuit supports sound service of 32Kbps and in-band signal with 4.096MHz chip clock. The circuits are implemented and verified with FPGA, which is shown completely data recovery under AWGN 7dB and will be available for IMT-2000.
The structure of equalizers based on quantized sample space with non-linear MMSE
Kong, Hyung-Yun ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 881~887
In this paper, were introduce two types of equalizers, called equalizer-a and equalizer-b, applying to wireless communications having unknown channel characteristics. The equalizer-a, which has the single sample detector with equalizer system, is developed while the equalizer-b has the partition detectors with the same system used in equalizer-a. The methodologiy we adopt for designing the equalizers is that the sample space is partitioned into finite number of regions by using quantiles, which are estimated by robbins-monro stochastic approximation (RMSA) algorithm, and the coefficients of equalizers are calculated based on nonlinear minimum mean, square error (MMSE) algorithm. Through the computer simulation, the equalizers show much better performance in equiprobably partitioned sample subspaces of observations than the single sample detector and the detector, which has the conventional equalizer, in unquantized observation space under various noise environments.
M-ary Multitrack Run-length Limited Codes for Optical Storage Systems
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 888~893
This paper introduces M-ary multitrack run-length (d.k) constrained codes for optical storage systems. We calculate capacities and densities of the codes. We have driven a general form of the state transition matrix for M-ary multitrack (d,k) codes. Using the largest eigenvalue of the transition matrix, we calculate the capacity and density. The capacity approaches to the limit with a small k constraint compared to single-track codes.
Implementation of Synchronized Stream Cryptosytsem for Secure Communication in Radio Channel
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 894~904
In this paper, a synchronized stream cryptosystem for secure communication in radio channel is designed and its security level is analyzed. The main parts of the proposed cryptosystem consist of synchronization pattern generator, session key generator, and key stream generator. The system performance is evaluated by analyzing the security level depending on the randomness, period, linear complexity, and correlation immunity. Experimental results with image data signal in the 10-1 and 10-2 channel error environment demonstrate the proper operation of the implemented crypto system.
Performance Analysis of MAP Algorithm and Concatenated Codes Using Trellis of Block Codes
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 905~912
In this paper we explain a trellis representation of block codes and derive their MAP decoding algorithm based on it. We also analyze the performance of block codes and concatenated codes with block codes as components by computer simulations, which were performed by changing the structures and constituent codes of concatenated codes. Computer simulations show that soft decision decoding of block codes get an extra coding gain than their hard decision decoding and that concatenated codes using block codes have good performance in the case of high code rate.
A Systematical Design of ADSL POTS Splitter Using Passive Devices
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 913~919
A systematic synthesis process is presented for the design of ADSL POTS splitters. It consists of a low-pass filter formed by a single-ended inductor, balanced inductor, and balance tightly coupled transformer. This three low-pass filters has been simulation. Simulation results show agreement of frequency characteristics. Therefore, POTS splitters using a commercial balance tightly coupled transformer are designed for the applications of ADSL system. The experimental results show that POTS splitter in the ADSL system has ripple decibel of less than
0.5 dB over a frequency range from 0.2 kHz to 3.4 kHz(or an audio band frequency) and delay distortion of less than 130
over a frequency range from 0.6 kHz to 3.2 kHz.
Blind Equalizer and Carrier Recovery Circuit Using
-matching Algorithm in QAM Signal Demodulator
The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, volume 24, issue 6A, 1999, Pages 920~930
Many researches on the multi-level QAM(Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) which is known to be a promising digital data transmission method for efficient use of channel bandwidth have been carried on, and their applications to various real fields are now being in progress. However, in the band-limited communication systems, each transmitted symbols is distorted by the ISI(Intersymbol Interference) and the phase error. Therefore, an equalizer and a carrier recovery must be taken into considerations to attenuate the effects of these distortions in the receiver. This paper presents an effective receiver structures that is applicable to the multi-level QAM. The proposed receiver system is consisted of an equalizer with Godard’s blind algorithm and a carrier recovery circuit. The phase error is estimated with a
-matching algorithm and is used in the carrier recovery to recover the correct phase. The simulation results are included to evaluate performance of the proposed receiver system for the various channel models.