Continuous Phase Modulation - Part II: Partial Response Signaling

@article{Aulin1981ContinuousPM,
  title={Continuous Phase Modulation - Part II: Partial Response Signaling},
  author={Tor Aulin and Nils Rydbeck and C.-E. W. Sundberg},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={1981},
  volume={29},
  pages={210-225}
}
An analysis of constant envelope digital partial response continuous Phase modulation (CPM) systems is reported. Coherent detection is assumed and the channel is Gaussian. The receiver observes the received signal over more than one symbol interval to make use of the correlative properties of the transmitted signal. The Systems areM-ary, and baseband pulse shaping over several symbol intervals is considered. An optimum receiver based on the Viterbi algorithm is presented. Constant envelope… CONTINUE READING

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