Continuous Phase Modulation With 1-Bit Quantization and Oversampling Using Iterative Detection and Decoding

by   Rodrigo R. M. de Alencar, et al.

A channel with continuous phase modulation and 1-bit ADC with oversampling is considered. Due to oversampling, higher-order modulations yield a higher achievable rate and this work presents a method to approach this with sophisticated coding. A tailored bit mapping is proposed where two bits can be detected reliably at high SNR and only the third bit suffers from an error floor. With this, a convolutional code is only applied to the third bit. Our experiments with a turbo receiver show that the proposed method corresponds to a lower BER in comparison to the case of conventional channel coding.



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