Chaotic communications with correlator receivers: theory and performance limits
Kennedy, Michael Peter
This paper provides a review of the principles of chaotic digital communications using correlator receivers. Modulation schemes using one and two chaotic basis functions, as well as coherent and noncoherent correlation receivers, are discussed. The performance of differential chaos shift keying (DCSK) in multipath channels is characterized. Results are presented for DCSK with multiuser capability and multiple bits per symbol.
Chaotic communications , Chaotic modulation schemes , Enhanced DCSK , Multipath performance , Multiple access capable DCSK , Theoretical noise performance
Kolumban, G., Kennedy, M.P., Jako, Z., Kis, G., 2002. Chaotic communications with correlator receivers: theory and performance limits. Proceedings of the IEEE, 90(5), pp.711- 732. doi: 10.1109/JPROC.2002.1015003
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