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Design and Performance Evaluation of DAPSK System Using Efficient Constellation Assignment (효율적 성좌도 배치법을 사용하는 DAPSK 시스템 설계와 성능 평가)

  • An, Changyoung;Ryu, Sang-Burm;Lee, Sang-Gyu;Ryu, Heung-Gyoon
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
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    • v.29 no.9
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    • pp.668-676
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    • 2018
  • In satellite communications, a modulation technique with a low peak-to-average power ratio, high transmission efficiency, and low bit error rate(BER) is required, and differential amplitude and phase shift keying(DAPSK) modulation technique has been appraised as a technology that meets these requirements. However, because conventional DAPSK modulation uses a regular constellation diagram, the Euclidean distance between the symbols in the inner concentric circles of the constellation are quite short. Such a characteristic degrades the BER. In this paper, we propose a DAPSK system that uses an efficient constellation assignment to improve the performance of existing DAPSK systems and evaluate the performance of the proposed scheme. From the simulation results, we confirm that the proposed 16-DAPSK system achieves an signal-to-noise ratio gain of 0.8 dB over the conventional approach at a BER condition of $10^{-4}$ when the number of symbols used in the symbol detector of the receiver is 2.

Maximum Likelihood Receivers for DAPSK Signaling

  • Xiao Lei;Dong Xiaodai;Tjhung Tjeng T.
    • Journal of Communications and Networks
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.205-211
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    • 2006
  • This paper considers the maximum likelihood (ML) detection of 16-ary differential amplitude and phase shift keying (DAPSK) in Rayleigh fading channels. Based on the conditional likelihood function, two new receiver structures, namely ML symbol-by-symbol receiver and ML sequence receiver, are proposed. For the symbol-by-symbol detection, the conventional DAPSK detector is shown to be sub-optimum due to the complete separation in the phase and amplitude detection, but it results in very close performance to the ML detector provided that its circular amplitude decision thresholds are optimized. For the sequence detection, a simple Viterbi algorithm with only two states are adopted to provide an SNR gain around 1 dB on the amplitude bit detection compared with the conventional detector.