RF Mirror Media-based Modulation for Golden Codes
Keywords:Golden Codes, Media-Based Modulation, RF Mirror, Space-Time Block Codes, Space-Time Channel Modulation,
AbstractThe application of radio frequency (RF) mirror media-based modulation (MbM) for the Golden code (GcMbM) is investigated. GcMbM improves upon the achievable spectral efficiency/error performance of the conventional Golden code. The analytical error performance of the conventional Golden code has not been presented in the literature; hence, the analytical average bit error probability (ABEP) based on the union bound is presented and validates Monte Carlo simulation results at high signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs). The ABEP analysis is extended to GcMbM and validates simulation results at high SNRs.
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