ENG  Vol.5 No.4 , April 2013
Evaluation of System Performance of Ultra-Wide Band Jointing in MC Signaling in Correlated Environments
Abstract

The evaluation of System Performance of UWB (ultra-wide band) jointing in MC (multi-carrier) signaling in correlated environments is presented in the report. The correlated Nakagami-m statistical distribution for the multipath fading model is assumed in this scenario. In fact to establish the model for analyzing in this article is using MC-CDMA (multi-carrier code-division multiple-access) system characterization combined with a UWB scheme. The average BER (bit error rate) is calculated and compared to a special case of previously published results. Studied results from this paper can be implied to approve the system performance for a UWB system combined with a MC-CDMA wireless communication system. It is worth noting that the Nakagami-m distributed fading parameter significantly dominates UWB system performance when it cooperates with MC signaling under a fading environment. Finally, it is worthy of noting that when the SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) at system’s receiver reaches a preset high threshold value, the parameter of power decay ratio effect could be not included.


Cite this paper
J. Chen, K. Chuang and L. Yeh, "Evaluation of System Performance of Ultra-Wide Band Jointing in MC Signaling in Correlated Environments," Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4, 2013, pp. 329-336. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.54045.
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