2017
DOI: 10.1109/tbc.2017.2677259
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Constellation Design for Bit-Interleaved Coded Modulation (BICM) Systems in Advanced Broadcast Standards

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“…The authors of this paper proposed in [1] the design of optimal NUCs for BICM systems. The procedure explained in [1] is followed in this work to design the 1D-NUCs.…”
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“…The authors of this paper proposed in [1] the design of optimal NUCs for BICM systems. The procedure explained in [1] is followed in this work to design the 1D-NUCs.…”
Section: D-nuc Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The authors of this paper proposed in [1] the design of optimal NUCs for BICM systems. The procedure explained in [1] is followed in this work to design the 1D-NUCs. The distances between adjacent constellation points in these designed 1D-NUCs do not fulfill the requirements expressed above.All the distances between adjacent points must be multiples of dmin, and consequently, the designed 1D-NUCs are post-processed in order to fulfill the design condition.…”
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“…INTRODUCTION ncreasing spectral efficiency of wireless broadcasting systems to get close to the channel capacity upper bound represents nowadays a major goal of many research projects worldwide. Techniques such as Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) [1], Rotated Constellations (RC) [2] and Non-Uniform Constellations (NUC) [3] respond to this demand providing a good tradeoff between system capacity and bandwidth usage.…”
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“…As a consequence, a two-dimensional demapper (2D-demapper) must be applied to each received symbol. In addition, the number of Euclidean distances to be computed for Maximum Likelihood (ML) demapping of 2D-NUCs increases notably with respect to the one required for demapping 1D-NUCs [3]. This fact results into a significant increase in demapping complexity for 2D-NUCs when compared to 1D-NUCs.…”
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