AffiliationJet Propulsion Laboratory
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AbstractThis article computes the capacity of a noncoherent multifrequency-shift-keying channel as a function of the number of orthogonal signals, M, and the predetection signal-to-noise ratio, ST/N₀, for three basic receiver types; these are hard decision, unquantized (optimum), and quantized (soft decision). Computational cutoff rates for sequential decoding are also computed.
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