Performance of chirped-fsk and chirped-psk in the presence of partial-band interference


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Dutta, Ramen and Kokkeler, André B.J. and Zee, Ronan van der and Bentum, Mark J. (2011) Performance of chirped-fsk and chirped-psk in the presence of partial-band interference. In: 18th Annual Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux 2011, 22-23 November 2011, Gent, Belgium.

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Abstract:To improve interference robustness of wireless communication, spread spectrum techniques are often used. We use the chirp spreading technique along with FSK and PSK binary modulation schemes to obtain interference robust radio communication. The performance of chirped-FSK and chirped- PSK modulation through a white gaussian noise channel is simulated assuming a synchronized clock between transmitter and the receiver. We analyzed and simulated the error probability (BER) of the overall system in the presence of partial band of interference in the channel. The simulated BER is close to the estimated BER and they prove the superior performance of chirp-based modulation in the presence of interference.
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