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Impact of channel prediction on adaptive coded modulation performance in Rayleigh fading
By: Oien, G.E.; Hole, K.J.; Holm, H.;
2004 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Impact of channel prediction on adaptive coded modulation performance in Rayleigh fading ' Adaptive coded modulation (ACM) is a promising tool for increasing the spectral efficiency of time-varying mobile channels while maintaining a predictable bit-error rate (BER). An important restriction in systems with such a transmission scheme is that the transmitter needs to have accurate channel-state information (CSI). Earlier analysis of ACM systems usually assumes that the transmitter has perfect knowledge of the channel or that the CSI is accurate but outdated. In this paper, we investigate the effects of predicting the CSI using a linear fading-envelope predictor in order to enhance the performance of an ACM system. For the case in which multidimensional trellis codes are used on Rayleigh-fading channels, we obtain approximative closed-form expressions for BER and average spectral efficiency. Numerical examples are given for the case of Jakes correlation profile and maximum a posteriori-optimal predictor coefficients.
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Jakes Correlation Profile
Rayleigh Fading Channels
Linear Fading-envelope Predictor
Multidimensional Trellis Codes
Maximum A Posteriori-optimal Predictor
Bit Error Rate
Adaptive Coded Modulation