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Low correlation sequences over AM-PSK and QAM alphabets

Anand, M and Kumar9, P Vijay (2007) Low correlation sequences over AM-PSK and QAM alphabets. In: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, JUN 24-29, 2007, Nice.

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A construction for a family of sequences over the 8-ary AM-PSK constellation that has maximum nontrivial correlation magnitude bounded as theta(max) less than or similar to root N is presented here. The famfly is asymptotically optimal with respect to the Welch bound on maximum magnitude of correlation. The 8-ary AM-PSK constellation is a subset of the 16-QAM constellation. We also construct two families of sequences over 16-QAM with theta(max) less than or similar to root 2 root N. These families are constructed by interleaving sets of sequences. A construction for a famBy of low-correlation sequences over QAM alphabet of size 2(2m) is presented with maximum nontrivial normalized correlation parameter bounded above by less than or similar to a root N, where N is the period of the sequences in the family and where a ranges from 1.61 in the case of 16-QAM modulation to 2.76 for large m. When used in a CDMA setting, the family will permit each user to modulate the code sequence with 2m bits of data. Interestingly, the construction permits users on the reverse link of the CDMA channel to communicate using varying data rates by switching between sequence famflies; associated to different values of the parameter m. Other features of the sequence families are improved Euclidean distance between different data symbols in comparison with PSK signaling and compatibility of the QAM sequence families with sequences belonging to the large quaternary sequence families {S(p)}.

Item Type: Conference Paper
Publisher: IEEE
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Department/Centre: Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Communication Engineering
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2010 11:15
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2010 05:57
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ac.in/id/eprint/26304

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