2022
DOI: 10.22266/ijies2022.1231.55
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Error Correction Using Hybrid Coding Algorithm for BER Reduction in MIMO-OFDM

Abstract: The integration of multiple input multiple output (MIMO) -orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) has massively received attention due to its reliability, spatial multiplexing gain and improved spatial diversity gain. However, the MIMO-OFDM is affected because of the errors that occurred during the communication such as inter symbol interference, and inter carrier interference (ICI). In this research, the error correction using hybrid coding algorithm (EC-HCA) is proposed for correcting the errors th… Show more

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“…While the Fig. 3 shows diagram of the uplink transmit end processing, with essential components and their parameters indicated, 𝑓 24 (𝐷) = 𝐷 24 + 𝐷 23 + 𝐷 21 + 𝐷 20 + 𝐷 17 + 𝐷 15 + 𝐷 13 + 𝐷 12 + 𝐷 8 + 𝐷 4 + 𝐷 2 + 𝐷 + 1 In the PBCH and PDCCH, the polynomial 𝑓 24 (𝐷) is employed for the payload and DCIs, respectively. On the other hand, polynomials 𝑓 6 (𝐷) and 𝑓 11 (𝐷) are utilized for UCIs when the value of A falls within the range of 12 to 19, and when A is greater than or equal to 20, respectively.…”
Section: G Nr Polar Code Schemementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…While the Fig. 3 shows diagram of the uplink transmit end processing, with essential components and their parameters indicated, 𝑓 24 (𝐷) = 𝐷 24 + 𝐷 23 + 𝐷 21 + 𝐷 20 + 𝐷 17 + 𝐷 15 + 𝐷 13 + 𝐷 12 + 𝐷 8 + 𝐷 4 + 𝐷 2 + 𝐷 + 1 In the PBCH and PDCCH, the polynomial 𝑓 24 (𝐷) is employed for the payload and DCIs, respectively. On the other hand, polynomials 𝑓 6 (𝐷) and 𝑓 11 (𝐷) are utilized for UCIs when the value of A falls within the range of 12 to 19, and when A is greater than or equal to 20, respectively.…”
Section: G Nr Polar Code Schemementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The mean of these distributions is zero, but the variance is based on the specific channel used. For the Rayleigh fading channel, the PDF (𝑍 𝐼 ) and the PDF (𝑍 𝑄 ) may be represented as ( 14) and (15). In the context of the Nakagami-m fading channel, the probabilities 𝑃(𝑍 𝐼 ) and 𝑃(𝑍 𝑄 ) may be mathematically represented as [27]…”
Section: Receivermentioning
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