Advanced GF(3^2) nonbinary LDPC coded modulation with non-uniform 9-QAM outperforming star 8-QAM
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Elect & Comp Engn
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CitationAdvanced GF(3^2) nonbinary LDPC coded modulation with non-uniform 9-QAM outperforming star 8-QAM 2016, 24 (13):13866 Optics Express
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AbstractIn this paper, we first describe a 9-symbol non-uniform signaling scheme based on Huffman code, in which different symbols are transmitted with different probabilities. By using the Huffman procedure, prefix code is designed to approach the optimal performance. Then, we introduce an algorithm to determine the optimal signal constellation sets for our proposed non-uniform scheme with the criterion of maximizing constellation figure of merit (CFM). The proposed nonuniform polarization multiplexed signaling 9-QAM scheme has the same spectral efficiency as the conventional 8-QAM. Additionally, we propose a specially designed GF(32) nonbinary quasi-cyclic LDPC code for the coded modulation system based on the 9-QAM non-uniform scheme. Further, we study the efficiency of our proposed non-uniform 9-QAM, combined with nonbinary LDPC coding, and demonstrate by Monte Carlo simulation that the proposed GF(23) nonbinary LDPC coded 9-QAM scheme outperforms nonbinary LDPC coded uniform 8-QAM by at least 0.8dB. (C) 2016 Optical Society of America
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