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Simulation study of 8PSK and CE16PSK signals for satellite transmissions

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1 Author(s)
Cheung, S.W. ; British Telecom Res. Labs., Ipswich, UK

Presents the results of an extensive series of computer-simulation tests to determine the effects of nonlinear distortion and adjacent channel interference (ACI) on the tolerances to noise of an uncoded eight-phase-shift-keyed (8PSK) signal and a rate-3/4 convolutionally encoded 16-ary phase-shift-keyed (CE16PSK) signal for transmitting over satellite channels. Several different earth stations are assumed to have simultaneous access to a given transponder in a satellite by frequency division multiple access so that ACI can be introduced into the wanted channel by the channels in the immediately frequency bands. It is assumed in the study that the high-power amplifier (HPA) of each earth station may or may not introduce nonlinear distortion into the transmitted signal, but the satellite transponder is linear. The optimum performances of the systems are compared with these using a rate-3/4 convolutionally encoded 16-ary quadrature-amplitude-modulated (CE16QAM) signal and a rate-3/4 convolutionally encoded 16-ary amplitude-phase-modulated (CE16APM) signal.<>

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Communications, Speech and Vision, IEE Proceedings I  (Volume:138 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Aug. 1991

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