AffiliationUniversity of California Davis
FQPSK Consortium – Digcom, Inc.
Pseudo Error Detection
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AbstractAn implementation of a Pseudo Error Detection (PSED) system is presented and its performance in conjunction with smart antenna and smart diversity systems tested and evaluated. Non redundancy, instant response and relative simplicity make the Pseudo Error Detectors excellent real time error monitoring systems in smart antenna and smart diversity systems. Because of the Non-redundant Error Detection mechanism in Pseudo Error Detectors, we can monitor the error quality without any coding or overhead. The output of the pseudo error detector in AWGN, selective fading Doppler shift and other interference environments is directly correlated to the BER and BLER. This direct correlation makes it a great tool for online error monitoring of a system and can have numerous applications In a PSED the Eye diagram from the demodulator is sampled once per symbol. By monitoring and comparison of the eye at sampled intervals at different thresholds, we would know if an error has occurred. By integrating this result over a period of time we can get the averaged error level. The results provided in this paper were obtained and verified by both MatLab simulations using dynamic simulation techniques and hardware measurements over dynamic channels.
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