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Automatic modulation classification algorithm using higher-order cumulants under real-world channel conditions

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2 Author(s)
Vladimir D. Orlic ; Institute of Microwave Techniques and Electronics, Belgrade, Serbia ; Miroslav L. Dukic

An automatic modulation classification algorithm for application in communications via multipath fading channels, without a priori information on channel characteristics, based on normalized sixth-order cumulants is described. In comparison with existing approaches, proposed algorithm can achieve much better classification accuracy in distinguishing BPSK from complex-valued modulation techniques. Theoretical analysis is verified via extensive simulations, under real-world channel propagation conditions.

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IEEE Communications Letters  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 12 )