The Euclidean Distance Spectra of FDMA-CPM: Algorithms and Applications
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2014
The performance of multiuser Continuous phase modulation(CPM) over the additive white Gaussian noise channel with coherent maximum likelihood detection is considered. Algorithms are developed to calculate the Euclidean distance spectra employing tree-search and A-star algorithm. The complexity of proposed algorithms are further reduced using trellis minimization. The distance spectrum is then used to evaluate the performance of multiuser CPM systems, which reveals that the performance of multiuser CPM can be significantly improved by using optimized parameters. Both equally-powered and non-equally powered systems are considered. Numerical and simulated results confirm that the proposed algorithms can generate the distance spectra of all systems with lower complexity relative to previous methods and are particularly suited for multi user CPM systems.
Frequency division multiple access
Minimum achievable Euclidean distance
Continuous phase modulation
Achievable spectral efficiency