Low-density parity check (LDPC) codes of small, realizable size and regular form are analyzed in different multipath fading conditions. The multipath fading conditions vary from uncorrelated channels (with and without channel state information (CSI)) to correlated land mobile channel at a frequency of 900 MHz. The effects on external channel interleaver and varying mobile speed in a correlated fading channele are investigated. Obtained results show that the channel interleaver does not provide substantial improvement in the performance of the codes. However, the increasing speed of a mobile in a correlated channel can provide better bit error rate (BER) performance.
|Conference||Twenty-seventh symposium on information theory in the Benelux, Noordwijk, The Netherlands|
|Period||8/06/06 → 9/06/06|
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