Performance analysis and simulations of 32-ary cyclic code-shift keying
Lin, Kyle Y.
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Cyclic code-shift keying (CCSK) is the baseband 32-ary symbol modulation scheme used by the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS), the communication terminal for Link-16. CCSK is not orthogonal and an analytic expression for the probability of symbol error for CCSK has thus far been elusive. In this paper, an analytic upper bound on the probability of symbol error of CCSK is derived for the 32-chip CCSK starting sequence chosen for JTIDS. The analytically obtained probability of symbol error is compared with two different Monte Carlo simulations for additive white Gaussian noise. The results of both simulation match the analytic results very well and show that the analytic method yields a tight upper bound. A new 32-chip CCSK starting sequence which has a smaller maximum off-peak cross-correlation value than the current JTIDS starting sequence is proposed and evaluated both analytically and by simulation. The results obtained for the new CCSK starting sequence compare favorably with the CCSK starting sequence chosen for JTIDS.
The article of record as published may be found at:http://dx.doi:10.1002/dac.1153
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