SM-MIMO systems

 

“Development of Spatial Modulation Schemes for Modern Wireless Telecommunications Systems”

 

Project Objectives:

 

  • To design new SM-MIMO systems based on the CPM signals. In particular we consider almost all widespread types of the CPM, such as continuous phase frequency shift keying (CPFSK), minimum shift keying (MSK) and various signals with smoothing phase
  • The creation of a method to design SM-MIMO systems based on CPM signals and error control codes
  • The development of optimal and suboptimal demodulation and decoding algorithms for designed SM-MIMO systems
  • Analytical estimation of error probability for SM-MIMO systems
  • Study of SM-MIMO systems characteristics via simulations
  • The comparison of the new SM-MIMO systems with other well-known systems and the creation of recommendations for using the new systems

 

Project Activities and Outcomes:

 

The scientific significance of the proposed Project consists in the development of a new methodology of construction of coded modulation systems with the characteristics (increased error control capabilities, high transmission rate, energy and bandwidth efficiency and low realization complexity) that ensure better performance compared with characteristics of similar systems existing in the world. They may be effectively used in such widely used and perspective systems, such as the data transmission networks, space and satellite communication networks, mobile communication systems and others.

 

The industrial and economic significance of the proposed Project consists in the development of new schemes of the SM-MIMO systems. It should be noted that different signal-code constructions are widely used practically in all the types of modern communication systems (such as space and satellite communication, broadcasting, navigation communication, third and fourth generation mobile communication, air moving communication and others), which sufficiently increases the effectiveness of these systems. The economic factors are clarified as well, performed by enormous capital unloaded into the development of modern digital communication systems.

 

The potential demand for the results of the Project should appear in such scientific-technical disciplines, as wireless communication, TV, radiolocation, radionavigation and the study groups of ITU.

 

Project starting and finishing dates: 20.12.2017 - 20.12.2020

Coordinator University: Caucasus University (CU) – Georgia