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|Title:||Performance of turbo TCM in wideband CDMA indoor mobile applications|
|Authors:||Ravi, K.V. |
Tam Soh Khum
|Source:||Ravi, K.V.,Tam Soh Khum,Garg, H.K. (2000). Performance of turbo TCM in wideband CDMA indoor mobile applications. IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, PIMRC 2 : 898-902. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This paper presents error performance of Turbo coded TCM (TTCM) in WCDMA Channels. Turbo coding has been proposed as one of the coding options, for high data rates above 32 kb/s, in the recently approved IMT2000 standard. High data rates upto 2 Mb/s are proposed to be achieved using a combination of spreading factor and multicode operation that uses multiple channels with additional spreading codes. This increases the cochannel interference, which necessitates the use of complex multiuser interference cancellors in 3G systems. In this paper, we examine a Turbo TCM scheme, which has potential to offer much higher spectral efficiency when used in WCDMA system thereby reducing the need for multicode operation and hence results in reduced co-channel interference. The proposed system utilizes a Turbo TCM mapped to 8-PSK constellation that offers a spectral efficiency of 2 b/s/Hz which is thrice that of a rate-1/3 Turbo coded QPSK scheme, albeit an Eb/No degradation of 1.8dB. The three times gain in the spectral efficiency when traded with this degradation is quite significant and attractive for transmission at higher data rates.|
|Source Title:||IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, PIMRC|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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