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The trade-off between processing gains of impulse radio systems in the presence of timing jitter

Gezici, S; Kobayashi, H; Poor, H V and Molisch, Andreas LU (2004) International Conference on Communications , ICC 2004 In 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications 6. p.3596-3600
Abstract
In time hopping impulse radio, N/sub f/ pulses of duration T/sub c/ are transmitted for each symbol. This gives rise to two types of processing gain: (i) pulse combining gain, which is a factor N/sub f/, and (ii) pulse spreading gain, which is N/sub c/ = T/sub f//T/sub c/, where T/sub f/ is the mean interval between two subsequent pulses. This paper investigates the trade-off between these two types of processing gain with and without random polarity codes in the presence of timing jitter. Approximate expressions for bit error probability are derived for both coded and uncoded systems over additive white Gaussian noise channels and are used as the criterion to choose optimal N/sub f/ and N/sub c/ values. The effects of timing jitter and... (More)
In time hopping impulse radio, N/sub f/ pulses of duration T/sub c/ are transmitted for each symbol. This gives rise to two types of processing gain: (i) pulse combining gain, which is a factor N/sub f/, and (ii) pulse spreading gain, which is N/sub c/ = T/sub f//T/sub c/, where T/sub f/ is the mean interval between two subsequent pulses. This paper investigates the trade-off between these two types of processing gain with and without random polarity codes in the presence of timing jitter. Approximate expressions for bit error probability are derived for both coded and uncoded systems over additive white Gaussian noise channels and are used as the criterion to choose optimal N/sub f/ and N/sub c/ values. The effects of timing jitter and multiple access interference on the selection of optimal system parameters are explained through theoretical analysis. Simulation studies support the theoretical results. (Less)
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broadband networks, error statistics, radiofrequency interference, random codes, timing jitter, AWGN channels
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2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications
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6
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3596 - 3600
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International Conference on Communications , ICC 2004
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0-7803-8533-0
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10.1109/ICC.2004.1313214
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  abstract     = {In time hopping impulse radio, N/sub f/ pulses of duration T/sub c/ are transmitted for each symbol. This gives rise to two types of processing gain: (i) pulse combining gain, which is a factor N/sub f/, and (ii) pulse spreading gain, which is N/sub c/ = T/sub f//T/sub c/, where T/sub f/ is the mean interval between two subsequent pulses. This paper investigates the trade-off between these two types of processing gain with and without random polarity codes in the presence of timing jitter. Approximate expressions for bit error probability are derived for both coded and uncoded systems over additive white Gaussian noise channels and are used as the criterion to choose optimal N/sub f/ and N/sub c/ values. The effects of timing jitter and multiple access interference on the selection of optimal system parameters are explained through theoretical analysis. Simulation studies support the theoretical results.},
  author       = {Gezici, S and Kobayashi, H and Poor, H V and Molisch, Andreas},
  isbn         = {0-7803-8533-0},
  keyword      = {broadband networks,error statistics,radiofrequency interference,random codes,timing jitter,AWGN channels},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {3596--3600},
  series       = {2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  title        = {The trade-off between processing gains of impulse radio systems in the presence of timing jitter},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICC.2004.1313214},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2004},
}