the results i.e theoretical and simulated are in good agreement with each other...communication toolbox is very handy
M=modem.pskmod(2) is a bpsk modulation funciton. It takes the data generated by the random function and maps it to -1 and 1.
What is M = modem.pskmod(2); % modulation object
it is giving me error.
How can i solve this error to run the code?
Hi again, I found the editing details for M-QAM here:
When simulating 16-QAM, there is an error:
??? Subscript indices must either be real positive integers or
Error in ==> BER_OFDM_RAYLEIGH at 32
How may this be resolved?
what is the purpose of the pilot insertion?
Your code specifies sample time is 1/10000 in rayleighchan. However, I think the sample time of the code is 1/80. Is my understanding wrong?
what are the terms: 10log10(52/64) and 10log10(64/80) and the minus term in the snr definition?
Because we have assumed ideal channel estimation in this case and the improvement of OFDM over BPSK rayleigh will be seen when we have imperfect channel equalization of frequency selective channel which cause ISI at the receiver. (please ignore the first one due to typo)
Why OFDM RAYLEIGH is equal to the BPSK RAYLEIGH , should not it be better?
please help me
Hope this answer is not too late.
The modulation object in the program uses modem.pskmod (see line 15 in program). You need to change it modem.qammod, if you want to carry out M-QAM simulation with this program.
Thanks alot for your code.
I'm trying to simulate for BER of OFDM in rayleigh fading using BPSK and M-QAM. It's working fine with AWGN. When I applied the rayleigh function as your code, its working only with BPSK and QPSK....not for other M-QAM.
Please give me an idea!
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