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Performance analysis of UWB systems with non-binary turbo code in multi-user environments

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2 Author(s)
Eun Cheol Kim ; Dept. of Wireless Commun. Eng., Kwangwoon Univ., Seoul ; Jin Young Kim

In this paper, the performance of a non-binary turbo coded ultra wide band (UWB) system is analyzed and simulated in multi-user environments. A binary pulse position modulation-time hopping (BPPM-TH) UWB system is considered. The performance is evaluated in terms of bit error probability. Simulation results demonstrate that the performance of such a UWB system can be substantially improved by increasing the number of iterations in the decoding process. Also, it is confirmed that non-binary turbo coding is very effective in increasing the number of simultaneous users for a given bit error probability requirement.

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Advanced Communication Technology, 2009. ICACT 2009. 11th International Conference on  (Volume:03 )

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15-18 Feb. 2009

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