General CPM and its capacity

  title={General CPM and its capacity},
  author={K. Padmanabham and Sridharan Ranganathan and S. P. Sundaravaradhan and O. Collins},
  journal={Proceedings. International Symposium on Information Theory, 2005. ISIT 2005.},
This paper calculates the capacity of continuous phase modulation (CPM) schemes, modeling CPM as a finite state machine. The novel capacity-calculation algorithm gives a reliable estimate of the capacity using minimal computer time. This algorithm allows the production of a more generalized class of modulation schemes called generalized CPM, which have a higher capacity than traditional CPM schemes of comparable bandwidth 
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