AffiliationBrigham Young University
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AbstractThe performance of multi-h CPM over multipath interference channels is evaluated with computer simulations using the optimal coherent receiver and a suboptimal noncoherent receiver. For channels with high-amplitude short-delay multipath reflections, the simulations show that both receivers reach an error floor in their performance as the amplitude of the multipath reflections grows. The rate of degradation for the noncoherent receiver is worse than for the coherent receiver. For channels with low-amplitude long-delay reflections the coherent and noncoherent receivers had losses of 1 dB and 3 dB respectively relative to their respective unfaded performance.
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