alexa Abstract | Degrading the Effect of Channel Impairment on STBC-OFDM System in Rayleigh Fading Channel
ISSN: 2090-4886

International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications
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Abstract

This paper indicates the space time block code provides transmit diversity in wireless fading channel during the STBC-OFDM system. OFDM is enforced in broadband wireless access systems as the way to beat wireless channel impairments and to enhance and breadth potency. This research is to analyze the performance of non STBC-OFDM system and STBC-OFDM system. The performance has been evaluated for construction modulation (QAM) technique for orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems using multiple transmit diversity antenna system in the channel. Conjointly the equation of SNR and BER has been derived for 16-QAM for multiple transmit and receive antenna for STBC-OFDM system by considering the have an effect on of Inter-symbol interference (ISI), phase noise and temporal arrangement noise in Raleigh fading channel.

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Author(s): Sinha H, Meshram MR and Sinha GR

Keywords

STBC, OFDM, Phase noise, Wireless Sensor Networks

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