Optimum codes for FFH
Ha, Tri T.
Robertson, R. Clark
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The application of forward error correction coding to a fast frequency-hopped binary frequency-shift keying (FFH/BFSK) noncoherent receiver with self-normalization combining under broadband and partial-band jamming is discussed in this thesis. The performance of the receiver is examined when data are encoded using Reed-Solomon codes, convolutional codes, and concatenated Reed-Solomon and convolutional codes, all with hard decision decoding. The effects of the transmission channel is considered, and results are derived for a Rayleigh fading channel and Ricean fading channels with several different ratios of direct-to-diffuse signal power. Only frequency nonselective, slowly fading channels are considered. The combination of diversity and forward error correction coding is found to improve the performance of the receiver in the presence of both broadband and partial-band jamming and optimum codes for each coding scheme are also discussed
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