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__ The automatic recognition of the modulation format of a detected signal, the intermediate step between signal detection and demodulation, is a major task of an intelligent receiver, with various civilian and military applications. Obviously, with no knowledge of the transmitted data and many unknown parameters at the receiver, such as the signal power,(More)
—In this paper, likelihood-based algorithms are explored for linear digital modulation classification. Hybrid Likelihood Ratio Test (HLRT)-and Quasi HLRT (QHLRT)-based algorithms are examined, with signal amplitude, phase, and noise power as unknown parameters. The algorithm complexity is first investigated, and findings show that the HLRT suffers from very(More)
—A novel algorithm is proposed for automatic modulation classification in multiple-input multiple-output spatial multiplexing systems, which employs fourth-order cumulants of the estimated transmit signal streams as discriminating features and a likelihood ratio test (LRT) for decision making. The asymptotic likelihood function of the estimated feature(More)
Modulation classification is an intermediate step between signal detection and demodulation, and plays a key role in various civilian and military applications. In this correspondence , higher-order cyclic cumulants (CCs) are explored to discriminate linear digital modulations in flat fading channels. Single-and multi-antenna CC-based classifiers are(More)
This paper studies the nth-order cyclostationarity of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and single carrier linearly digitally modulated (SCLD) signals affected by a time dispersive channel, additive Gaussian noise, carrier phase, and frequency and timing offsets. The analytical closed-form expressions for the nth-order cyclic cumulants (CCs)(More)
—This paper adopts a multiobjective optimization (MOOP) approach to investigate the optimal link adaptation problem of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM)-based cognitive radio (CR) systems, where secondary users (SUs) can opportunistically access the spectrum of primary users (PUs). For such a scenario, we solve the problem of jointly(More)
—Cognitive Radio (CR) systems have been proposed to enable flexible use of the frequency spectrum in future generations of wireless networks. These are expected to detect spectrum bands that are not actively used by licensed (primary) users and provide unlicensed (secondary) users access to these bands. In this context it is important for the CR systems to(More)
—Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is one of the promising radio access techniques for performance enhancement in next-generation cellular communications. Compared to orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA), which is a well-known high-capacity orthogonal multiple access (OMA) technique, NOMA offers a set of desirable benefits, including(More)