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1 Wireless Communication: Concepts, Techniques, and Models Hongwei Zhang
2 Outline Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
3 Outline Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
4 Digital communication over radio channels Modulation and detection Channel coding Delay, path loss, shadowing, and fading
5 Digital communication over radio channels Modulation and detection Channel coding Delay; path loss, shadowing, and fading
6 Modulation and detection C p(t) 1 C p(t T) Modulator Channel Demodulator noise Modulation modulating a sequence of pulses by the given bit stream
7 pulse p(t): also called baseband pulse Chosen such that its spectrum occupies the frequencies (W/2, W/2), where W is the bandwidth of the radio spectrum allocated for the wireless communication For T=1/W, it is possible to define p(t) such that p(t) is bandlimited to (W/2,W/2); {..., 3, 2, 1,0,1,2,3,...} p(tt),, constitute an orthorgonal set, that is, p( t) p( t T)dt = 0 ; and p ( t)dt = 1 2, that is, the energy of the pulse is 1 The pulses are repeated every T seconds
8 Binary modulation and detection Each pulse in the pulse train is multiplied by a symbol from the symbol set { E, } s E s Bit 1: use symbol Bit 0: use symbol E s E s Let C be the symbol into which the th bit is mapped. When the pulses are repeated every T seconds, the modulated pulse stream can be written as X ( t) = C p( t T) =
9 The following operation will recover C C = X ( t) p( t T) dt  Before transmission, the baseband signal X(t) is translated to the allocated radio spectrum with central frequency f c by multiplying it with a sinusoid S ( t) = 2 C p( t T)cos(2πf t) = s.t. the energy in the modulated symbols is E s c W f c W 0 f c f
10 Symbolbysymbol channel model Relates the source symbol sequence C and the predetection statistic Y, from which the source symbol has to be inferred Y = C + Z where Z is a sequence of i.i.d. zero mean Gaussian random variables with variance N 0 /2 (i.e., additive white Gaussian noise AGWN)
11 probability density of value at detector if 0 was sent depends on signal energy depends on noise energy E s threshold E s P = bit error AWGN Q( 2E N 0 s )
12 In general, given a modulation scheme P bit error = f (SNR) where SNR is the signal power to noise power ratio When considering interference P = bit error f (SINR) where SINR is the signal power to interferenceplusnoise power ratio
13 Digital communication over radio channels Modulation and detection Channel coding Delay; path loss, shadowing, and fading
14 Channel coding To reduce biterrorrate (BER) error control coder adds redundant bits binary channel (introduces bit errors) error control decoder extracts transmitted bits from received code words
15 code words set of possible blocs of length K K (2 blocs) set of possible blocs of length N N (2 blocs) "sphere" of highly probable errored code words
16 Shannon s noisy channel coding theorem There is a number C, called channel capacity, such that if the information rate R<C, then, as the bloc length increases, an arbitrary small BER can be achieved (of course, at the cost of a large bloc coding delay); If we attempt to use R>C, then BER cannot be reduced to 0.
17 Digital communication over radio channels Modulation and detection Channel coding Delay; path loss, shadowing, and fading
18 Delay spread and intersymbol interference (ISI) Delay spread T d For a transmitter receiver pair, the difference between the smallest signal delay and the largest signal delay If delay spread is not very small compared to symbol time, then the superposition of the signals received over the variously delayed paths at the receiver leads to ISI; thus Y J = d 1 G ( j) X + I + Z j= 0 j where J d denotes the length of channel memory (in # of symbols), G (j) models the (attenuation) influence that the jth past symbol has on channel output at, I models the interference, and Z models random bacground noise
19 Interpretation in frequency domain Coherence bandwidth W c : W c = 1/T d If W c is small compared to W, superposition of variously delayed versions of some frequency components in the baseband pulse can cancel out; In this case, some of the frequency components in the pulse get selectively attenuated, leading to symbol corruption; This is called frequency selective fading.
20 If W c >> W (channel bandwidth), all the frequency components fade together, and we have flat fading; thus negligible ISI and Y = G X + I + Z 2 note: H = is also called channel gain G The assumption of flat fading is reasonable for a narrowband system; For wideband systems where W c may be small compared to system bandwidth W (i.e., T d is large compared to 1/W), the channel is frequency selective, and we need to use mechanisms such as channel equalizer which compensate for various channel delays to mae the overall systems appear lie a fixed delay channel In mobile networs, channel equalizer needs to be adaptive
21 Power attenuation process: path loss, shadowing, fading Channel power attenuation process H H Path loss factor: d = d0 d d 0 η η S R 2 d 0 : (far field) reference distance η: path loss exponent; usually between 2 and 5
22 Shadowing: S Characterize the spatial variation in signal attenuation for the same distance from transmitter Usually follows a lognormal distribution, such that 10log 10 S = ξ db is a zero mean Gaussian with 2 varianceσ. A typical value of σ is 8 db.
23 Multipath fading: R 2 the superposition of delayed carriers results in constructive and destructive carrier interference, leading to variations in signal strength Exists even if multipath time delays do not lead to ISI it has strong autocorrelation over a duration of coherence time T c T c is approximately the inverse of the Doppler frequency In indoor office or home environment, the Doppler frequency could be just a few Hz (e.g., 3Hz), leading to coherence time of 100s of milliseconds f d = f c v c
24 When all the signals arriving at the receiver are scattered signals, R 2 follow a Rayleigh distribution ( ) ) ( / ) ( 1 ) ( R E x R e R E x f = When a fraction K/(K+1) of the signal arrives directly (i.e., line of sight) and the remaining arrives uniformly over all directions, R 2 follows a Ricean distribution θ π π θ d 2 1 ) ( where ) ( 1) ( 2 ) ( 1 ) ( 2 0 ) cos( ) ( 1) ( = + + = + x R E x K K R e x I R E x K K I e R E K x f
25 Outline Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
26 Channel capacity Shannon s Noisy Channel Capacity Theorem (without fading) P C = rcv W log 1, where N N W 0 is the noise power spectral density With fading: assuming the receiver can precisely trac fading, hp xmt C W log 1 g ( h)dh fading CSIR = 2 + H N W 0 CSIR: channel state (or side) information at receiver note: C fading CSIR W log E( H ) P N W 0 xmt
27 Outline Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
28 SIMO G 1 G 2 X G K..... receiver X^ Exploiting the K (independently received) signals at receiver can significantly reduce BER Diversity gain: K BER is proportional to ψ K, where ψ is the receiver SNR In contrast, in SISO, BER approximately decreases only as the reciprocal of ψ (note: approximate the Q(.) function)
29 MIMO G 1,1 1 G 2,1 1 Multiplexing gain: # of parallel channels <=..... G M,1 2 min{m, N} N G 2,N..... Diversity gain: <= M*N G M,N M
30 Outline Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
31 CDMA Direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) Each user symbol is multiplied by a spreading code of length L chips L is called the spreading factor Spreading code Tae values in the set {1, +1} L Each code is approximately orthogonal to all the time shifts of the other codes, and to its own time shifts
32 Effective predetection SINR LP P rcv rcv, which is L times the received SINR (i.e., j interferers P + N W, 0 j interferers P + N W j rcv j, rcv 0 ) Scheduling in CDMA systems includes allocating spread code and transmission power for each user
33 1 T OFDMA.... Based on OFDM B W statistically partitions the available spectrum into several (e.g., 128 or 512) subchannels Each subchannel has bandwidth B s.t. B << 1/T d, enabling flat fading If there are n subchannels, the OFDM bloc length is n In the basic scheme, user bit stream is mapped into successive blocs of n channel symbols that are then transmitted in parallel
34 X 1, X 1,+1 X 2, X 2,+1 } } } } User bit stream { } } } { { X 3, X 4, X 3,+1 X 4,+1 OFDM Carriers X 5, X 5,+1 T T T Successive OFDM blocs Bloc time T = 1/B; the term orthogonal in OFDM refers to the fact that the center frequencies of the subchannels are separated by the reciprocal of the bloc time T, which facilitates demodulation at the receiver
35 It can be shown that fading is uncorrelated between subcarriers that are spaced by more than the coherence bandwidth, W c Hz (= 1/T d ) Similar to how TDM exploits time diversity, OFDM exploits frequency diversity: successive symbols of a user s codeword can occupy independently fading subcarriers.
36 Scheduling in OFDMA includes, depending on channel conditions and user rate requirement, Allocating a certain number of subcarriers to each user, and Choosing the modulation schemes, channel coding scheme, and transmission power from time to time Resource allocation decisions in OFDMA can vary from frame to frame, depending on channel conditions and traffic demands
37 Summary Digital communication over radio channels Channel capacity MIMO: diversity and parallel channels Wideband systems: CDMA, OFDMA
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