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An Upper Bound Analysis for Coherent Phase-Shift Keying with Cochannel, Adjacent-Channel, and Intersymbol Interference

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2 Author(s)
Glave, F. ; Bell-Northern Research, Ottawa, Ont., Canada ; Rosenbaum, A.

An error-probability upper-bound is developed for coherent phase-shift keying (CPSK) considering the combined effects of Gaussian noise, intersymbol interference (ISI), and several peak-limited circular-symmetric (CS) components such as adjacent-channel interference (ACI) and cochannel interference (CCI). In an earlier paper [1], an upper bound was introduced, based on the "maximizing probability density function" concept, for CPSK with Gaussian noise and a single CS interference. The natural extension of this type of bound to multiple mixed interferences-such as are encountered in practice-is given in this sequel. This multiple interferer bound, which is computationally simple to use, requires only the peak and mean-square values of the several interferences involved, and is optimal in the sense that no other bound, based solely on the same information, will be lower than it. Through examples we draw comparisons with previously available results, which show that the multiple-interference limited-peak bound, when applied to composite interference situations, can be an effective tool for system design and analysis.

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Jun 1975

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