This papers addresses the design of new energy- efficient Continuous Phase Modulation (CPM) waveforms suit- able for being adopted in satellite mesh networks that are characterized by the absence of the Hub, and by small antennas and power amplifiers with moderate to low output saturated power at the user terminal. In particular, a CPM modulation format concatenated with a proper convolutional code for low spectral efficiency values has been selected to implement an effi- cient waveform for power-limited scenarios. Performance results show the gain obtained with respect to the DVB-RCS2 CPM waveforms at higher spectral efficiency also when transmission techniques, such as Burst Repetition, are considered, and confirm the suitability of the new designed CPM waveforms for satellite hub-less scenarios.

Energy Efficient CPM Waveforms for Satellite Mesh Networks

SUFFRITTI, ROSALBA;LOMBARDO, FRANCESCO;VANELLI CORALLI, ALESSANDRO;CANDREVA, ENZO ALBERTO;BARONI, RICCARDO;ANDRENACCI, STEFANO;CORAZZA, GIOVANNI EMANUELE;
2012

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This papers addresses the design of new energy- efficient Continuous Phase Modulation (CPM) waveforms suit- able for being adopted in satellite mesh networks that are characterized by the absence of the Hub, and by small antennas and power amplifiers with moderate to low output saturated power at the user terminal. In particular, a CPM modulation format concatenated with a proper convolutional code for low spectral efficiency values has been selected to implement an effi- cient waveform for power-limited scenarios. Performance results show the gain obtained with respect to the DVB-RCS2 CPM waveforms at higher spectral efficiency also when transmission techniques, such as Burst Repetition, are considered, and confirm the suitability of the new designed CPM waveforms for satellite hub-less scenarios.
Proceedings of 2012 IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference.
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R. Suffritti; F. Lombardo; A. Piemontese; A. Vanelli-Coralli; E.A. Candreva; G. Colavolpe; R. Baroni; S. Andrenacci; G.E. Corazza; N. Alagha
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