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Fourier-Bessel error performance analysis of 1024-QAM in error burst generating environments

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2 Author(s)
S. A. Kosmorpoulos ; Ottawa Univ., Ont. ; M. D. Gouta

A closed form performance evaluation of 1024-QAM in error burst generating channels is demonstrated. The noise model employed (which closely models atmospheric and ignition noise) consists of the additive mixture noise and a stream of Poisson impulses with amplitude areas distributed according to a bilateral Rayleigh PDF. The results show that nonGaussian impulsive noise degrades the system performance significantly in comparison with the system performance in cochannel interference and demonstrate that the used Fourier-Bessel series approach is a powerful and very accurate computational tool

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 22 )