TY - GEN UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:595406 ID - pug01:595406 LA - eng TI - Exact BER analysis for square orthogonal space-time block codes on arbitrary fading channels with imperfect channel estimation PY - 2009 SN - 9781424425174 SN - 1550-2252 PB - New York AU - Jacobs, Lennert TW07 002001409686 802000049849 0000-0002-6483-2370 AU - Moeneclaey, Marc AB - In this contribution, we examine the effect of imperfect channel estimation on the bit error rate (BER) performance of square orthogonal space-time block codes (OSTBCs). The propagation channels from the N-t transmit antennas to each of the N-r receive antennas are assumed to be affected by (possibly correlated) flat block fading with an arbitrary distribution. The transmitted symbols belong to a PAM or QAM constellation. The resulting average BER can easily be written as an expectation over 4N(t)N(r) real-valued random variables, but the computing time needed for its numerical evaluation increases exponentially with N-t and N-r. However, we point out that expressing the BER in terms of the distribution of the Frobenius norm of the channel matrix, allows to reduce the BER expression for any number of receive antennas to an expectation over only 2N(s) + 2 random variables (with N-s denoting the number of information symbols in the OSTBC matrix). Due to the high diversity order of OSTBCs, the numerical evaluation of this expectation is much less time-consuming than a straightforward computer simulation. Moreover, the presented BER expression is useful not only when the fading distribution is given in closed form, but also when only experimental data (e.g. a histogram) on the fading are available. ER -Download RIS file
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245 | a Exact BER analysis for square orthogonal space-time block codes on arbitrary fading channels with imperfect channel estimation | ||
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520 | a In this contribution, we examine the effect of imperfect channel estimation on the bit error rate (BER) performance of square orthogonal space-time block codes (OSTBCs). The propagation channels from the N-t transmit antennas to each of the N-r receive antennas are assumed to be affected by (possibly correlated) flat block fading with an arbitrary distribution. The transmitted symbols belong to a PAM or QAM constellation. The resulting average BER can easily be written as an expectation over 4N(t)N(r) real-valued random variables, but the computing time needed for its numerical evaluation increases exponentially with N-t and N-r. However, we point out that expressing the BER in terms of the distribution of the Frobenius norm of the channel matrix, allows to reduce the BER expression for any number of receive antennas to an expectation over only 2N(s) + 2 random variables (with N-s denoting the number of information symbols in the OSTBC matrix). Due to the high diversity order of OSTBCs, the numerical evaluation of this expectation is much less time-consuming than a straightforward computer simulation. Moreover, the presented BER expression is useful not only when the fading distribution is given in closed form, but also when only experimental data (e.g. a histogram) on the fading are available. | ||
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