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Frequency selective compensation technology of digital 16 QAM for microcellular mobile radio communication system

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2 Author(s)
Iida, M. ; Mobile Communications Technology Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan ; Sakaniwa, K.

A microcellular personal mobile radio communication system utilizing a high efficiency digital modulation (16 QAM) and demodulation system at 256-kb/s with a frequency utilization factor of more than 2.0 b/s/Hz is proposed. A frequency-selective fading compensation method for digital 16 QAM is presented. The compensation characteristics realized by applying the proposed system were evaluated through a computer simulation. The results revealed that as a microcellular digital mobile radio communication system the proposed method is effective as a countermeasure against frequency-selective fading

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Vehicular Technology Conference, 1992, IEEE 42nd

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10-13 May 1992