Title

Performance Of Bch And Convolutional Codes In Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Packet Radio Networks

Abstract

The authors examine the performance of BCH and convolutional codes in a direct-sequence spread-spectrum packet radio network. Packet errors are caused by a combination of noise at the receiver and interference between packet transmissions that overlap in time. The interference between packet transmissions produces dependent symbol errors at the output of the demodulator. The authors first compute an upper bound on the symbol error probability. Then they use this upper bound to calculate upper bounds on the packet error probability for both BCH and convolutional codes. The results make it possible to compare the performance of BCH and convolutional codes in the presence of multiple-access interference.

Publication Date

12-1-1989

Publication Title

Proceedings - IEEE Military Communications Conference

Volume

1

Number of Pages

184-188

Document Type

Article; Proceedings Paper

Identifier

scopus

Socpus ID

0024925564 (Scopus)

Source API URL

https://api.elsevier.com/content/abstract/scopus_id/0024925564

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