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|Title: ||Co-existence of chaos-based and conventional digital communication systems|
|Authors: ||Lau, Francis Chung-ming|
Tse, C. K. Michael
|Subjects: ||Chaos communication|
|Issue Date: ||2003 |
|Citation: ||ISCAS 2003 : proceedings of the 2003 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems : Sunday, May 25-Wednesday, May 28, 2003, Bangkok, Thailand, p. III-204-207.|
|Abstract: ||This paper studies the performance of selected chaos-based communication systems whose spectrum overlaps with that of conventional narrowband systems. Such a scenario may occur in normal practice when chaos-based systems are introduced while the conventional systems are still in operation. The particular chaos-based systems under study are the coherent chaos-shift-keying (CSK) system and the non-coherent differential CSK system, and the co-existing conventional system employs the binary phase-shift-keying modulation scheme. Analytical expressions for the bit error rates are derived and computer simulations are performed to verify the analytical findings.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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