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Iterative receiver with reduced implementation complexity for phase noise affected BIC-CPM

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This paper considers iterative detection of bit-interleaved coded continuous phase modulation in the presence of both phase noise (PN) and additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN). The proposed receiver iterates between a detection module and an estimation module. The detection module operates according to the sum-product algorithm and the factor graph framework in order to perform coherent maximum a posteriori bit detection in AWGN, using a PN estimate provided by the estimation module. The latter module, which results from the expectation-maximization algorithm for maximum likelihood estimation of the unknown PN samples, is implemented as a smoothing phase-locked loop that uses soft decisions provided by the detector. The full decoupling between the detection and the estimation processes allows the use of an off-the-shelf (coherent) bit detector. The technique is further characterized by a very low computational complexity, a small error performance degradation and a small number of overhead symbols.

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Noels, Nele, Marc Moeneclaey, Frederik Simoens, and Daniel Delaruelle. 2011. “Iterative Receiver with Reduced Implementation Complexity for Phase Noise Affected BIC-CPM.” In 18th International Conference on Telecommunications, Proceedings, 391–396. IEEE.
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Noels, N., Moeneclaey, M., Simoens, F., & Delaruelle, D. (2011). Iterative receiver with reduced implementation complexity for phase noise affected BIC-CPM. 18th international conference on telecommunications, Proceedings (pp. 391–396). Presented at the 18th International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT - 2011), IEEE.
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Noels N, Moeneclaey M, Simoens F, Delaruelle D. Iterative receiver with reduced implementation complexity for phase noise affected BIC-CPM. 18th international conference on telecommunications, Proceedings. IEEE; 2011. p. 391–6.
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Noels, Nele, Marc Moeneclaey, Frederik Simoens, et al. “Iterative Receiver with Reduced Implementation Complexity for Phase Noise Affected BIC-CPM.” 18th International Conference on Telecommunications, Proceedings. IEEE, 2011. 391–396. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper considers iterative detection of bit-interleaved coded continuous phase modulation in the presence of both phase noise (PN) and additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN). The proposed receiver iterates between a detection module and an estimation module. The detection module operates according to the sum-product algorithm and the factor graph framework in order to perform coherent maximum a posteriori bit detection in AWGN, using a PN estimate provided by the estimation module. The latter module, which results from the expectation-maximization algorithm for maximum likelihood estimation of the unknown PN samples, is implemented as a smoothing phase-locked loop that uses soft decisions provided by the detector. The full decoupling between the detection and the estimation processes allows the use of an off-the-shelf (coherent) bit detector. The technique is further characterized by a very low computational complexity, a small error performance degradation and a small number of overhead symbols.},
  author       = {Noels, Nele and Moeneclaey, Marc and Simoens, Frederik  and Delaruelle, Daniel},
  booktitle    = {18th international conference on telecommunications, Proceedings},
  isbn         = {9781457700231},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ayia Napa, Cyprus},
  pages        = {391--396},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Iterative receiver with reduced implementation complexity for phase noise affected BIC-CPM},
  year         = {2011},
}