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Unified analysis of certain coherent and noncoherent binary communications systems

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A general result is presented for the error-rate performance of common binary signaling-detection techniques for reception in additive Gaussian noise, including {em all} possible conditions of nonorthogonality of signal, and correlations in the noise processes. These forms include frequency-shift keying with non-coherent detection, generalized to {em all} noncoherent detection systems utilizing two basic waveforms, and phase-shift keying with a noisy reference signal, generalized to {em all} coherent detection systems utilizing a single basic waveform. The unified result is achieved by exploiting a fundamental relationship between noncoherent and coherent operation. Also, some useful and not widely-known mathematical techniques involving the Q function are presented and utilized in the derivations.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 1 )

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Jan 1964

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