Multisymbol With Memory Noncoherent Detection of CPFSK

Abstract : Multisymbol receiver is an effective method to demodulate noncoherent sequences. However it is necessary to correlate an important number of symbols in a noncoherent scheme to reach the performances carried out by optimal coherent Maximum a Posteriori (MAP) detectors such as BCJR. In this paper, we propose an advanced multisymbol receiver by adding some memory to the decision process. The advanced receiver, called here Multisymbol With Memory (MWM) takes into account the cumulative phase information unlike multisymbol algorithm and thus it can be seen as a truncated BCJR. An exact mathematical derivation is performed for this truncated BCJR. Then an implementation of the MWM detector applied to a continuous phase frequency shift keying modulation is presented. Finally an asymptotic analysis is carried out based on the achievable Symmetric Mutual Information rate. The proposed system exhibits good performances compared to classical multisymbol receivers at the expense of increased complexity and can approach the performances of a coherent receiver.
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Charles-Ugo Piat-Durozoi, Charly Poulliat, Marie-Laure Boucheret, Nathalie Thomas, Emmanuel Bouisson, et al.. Multisymbol With Memory Noncoherent Detection of CPFSK. ICASSP 2017 : 42nd International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Mar 2017, New-Orleans, United States. pp. 3794-3798. ⟨hal-01718625⟩

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