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Title: FPGA Implementation of a Novel Receiver Diversity Combining Technique for Wireless SIMO Systems
Authors: Ayoubi, Rafic 
Daba, Jihad S. 
Abdul-Latif, Omar M.
Affiliations: Department of Computer Engineering 
Department of Electrical Engineering 
Keywords: Radio receivers
Channel estimation
Diversity reception
Error statistics
Fading channels
Maximum likelihood detection
MIMO communication
Phase shift keying
Subjects: Field programmable gate arrays
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: IEEE
Part of: ICSPC Dubai 2007 Proceeding
Conference: IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (24-27 Nov. 2007 : Dubai, United Arab Emirates) 
Abstract: 
In this paper, we study FPGA implementation of a novel receiver diversity combining technique, RMSGC for wireless transmission over fading channels in SIMO systems. Prior published results using ML-detected RMSGC diversity signal driven by BPSK showed superior bit error rate performance to classical diversity combining schemes. RMSGC was shown to be near-optimal in the sense that it was very close to that of the theoretically optimal MRC. Since MRC requires estimation of the channel coefficients, it is complicated and expensive, and it is not practical for non-coherent modulation and differentially coherent modulation. RMSGC, on the other hand, is a more attractive and simpler scheme since it does not require knowledge of the channel information states. The main drawback of RMSGC is that it is a non-linear technique, thus successful FPGA implementation of it using pipeline techniques is needed as a wireless communication test-bed for practical real-life situations. Simulation results showed that the hardware implementation was efficient both in terms of speed and area.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/574
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Type: Conference Paper
Appears in Collections:Department of Computer Engineering

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