Channel State based Adaptive Modulation and Coding for High Bit-Rate Telemetry Applications

6 Pages Posted: 5 Sep 2019 Last revised: 18 Oct 2019

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Sukanya P M

Government College of Engineering Kannur

Anand Shayan

Government College of Engineering Kannur

Date Written: August 31, 2019

Abstract

This paper defines associate efficient and comprehensive cryptography and modulation resolution able to support a good vary of spectral efficiency values and knowledge rates in conjunction with high out turn. The most target is given by high rate measure applications, i.e., Earth Exploration Satellite Service (EESS) measure payload, wherever the rise of the system out turn by means that of advanced adaptive techniques is deemed essential so as to fulfill the necessities obligatory by future missions. This paper discusses the matter of adaptive modulation theme choice through an efficient realization of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) primarily based system in conjunction with Serial Concatenated Convolutional Code (SCCC) guarantee a really low error chance. Additionally this theme makes use of Digital Video Broadcasting Second Generation (DVB-S2) customary to produce giant form of modulation techniques and different cryptography rates. Overall, this permits the system to form efficient use of the accessible information measure, adapting itself to the variable conditions of the link.

Keywords: Cryptography,SCCC,OFDM,DVB-S2

Suggested Citation

P M, Sukanya and Shayan, Anand, Channel State based Adaptive Modulation and Coding for High Bit-Rate Telemetry Applications (August 31, 2019). Government College of Engineering Kannur, International Conference on Systems, Energy & Environment (ICSEE) 2019. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3445872 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3445872

Sukanya P M (Contact Author)

Government College of Engineering Kannur ( email )

Kannur
India

Anand Shayan

Government College of Engineering Kannur ( email )

Kannur
India

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