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Spatial Modulation using MATLAB simulation

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$500 USD
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Project Description

Multiple-antenna techniques constitute a key technology for modern wireless communications, which trade-off superior error performance and higher data rates for increased system complexity and cost. Spatial Modulation (SM) has been recently proposed as a new modulation concept for MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output) systems, which aims at reducing the complexity and cost of multiple-antenna schemes. The basic idea of SM is to map a block of information bit into two information carrying units; (1) S symbol that is chosen from a complex signal-constellation diagram (e.g., QPSK constellation), and (2) A unique transmit-antenna index that is chosen from the set of transmit-antenna in the antenna-array.

This project will focus on building the simulation program using MATLAB to study the performance of SM under different channel fading conditions, number of transmit-antennas, and power allocation methods.

Deliverables:

- Literature review of the subject

- Programmer must be proficient in MATLAB.

- Programmer must deliver the following outputs:

- Symbol Error Ratio: 16QAM 4 x 4 Spaital Modulation (Both Simulated and Analytical)

Transmitted bits 6 bits/Hz

- Symbol Error Ratio: 16QAM 4 x 3 Spaital Modulation (Both Simulated and Analytical)

Transmitted bits 6 bits/Hz

- Symbol Error Ratio: 32QAM 2 x 4 Spaital Modulation (Both Simulated and Analytical)

Transmitted bits 6 bits/Hz

All simulation must be done using MATLAB as per the research paper. For each simulation, write down the comments for each step of the simulation, to provide easy understanding.

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