Space-time code design with continuous phase modulation

@article{Zhang2003SpacetimeCD,
  title={Space-time code design with continuous phase modulation},
  author={Xiaoxia Zhang and Michael P. Fitz},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2003},
  volume={21},
  pages={783-792}
}
This paper addresses the space–time code design for Rayleigh-fading channels using continuous phase modulation (CPM). General code construction is desirable due to the nonlinearity and inherent memory in CPM signals which make hand design or computer search computationally impractical. Several sufficient conditions for full rank are identified for CPM signaling schemes and for linear representations of CPM modulation. Simulation results verify the resulting performance. 
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