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Optimum Reception in an Impulsive Interference Environment--Part II: Incoherent Reception

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2 Author(s)
Spaulding, A.D. ; US Department of Commerence, Boulder, CO, USA ; Middleton, D.

In Part I, the relevant statistical properties of the recently developed statistical-physical model of generalized impulsive interference have been briefly reviewed (for sub Class A noise) and then applied specifically to optimum coherent detection. It is shown that by using optimum and (locally optimum) detection algorithms (canonically and explicitly derived), substantial savings in signal power and/or spectrum space can be achieved for operation in these highly nonGaussian interference environments. This paper (Part II) extends the preceding analysis to cover various important cases of incoherent reception. The same general model for narrow-band (Class A) impulsive interference and interference examples used in Part I are again employed here. In addition to providing both canonical LOBD structures and expressions for performance, this permits explicit quantitative comparisons between coherent and incoherent reception for common classes of specific digital signal waveforms.

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

Sep 1977

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