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Spectrally-Efficient Continuous Phase Modulations

By Alan Barbieri, Dario Fertonani, Student Member and Giulio Colavolpe


Abstract—We investigate the spectral efficiency of continuous phase modulations (CPMs). To this end, we need an effective bandwidth definition for a CPM signal, whose power spectral density has in principle an infinite support. The definition we adopt is based on the spacing between adjacent carriers in a frequency division multiplexed CPM system. We consider the inter-channel interference, which depends on the channel spacing, and we evaluate the spectral efficiency achievable by a single-user receiver in the considered multi-channel scenario. We then optimize the channel spacing with the aim of maximizing the spectral efficiency, showing that impressive improvements with respect to the spectral efficiencies reported in the literature and obtained by heuristic approaches can be achieved. Index Terms—Continuous phase modulation, interchannel interference, multiuser channels, information rate, spectral efficiency. I

Year: 2009
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