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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-04-0314-02-004b Submission Aug. 2004 Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

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1 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Enhanced OQPSK Modulation with Orthogonal DSSS Sequences] Date Submitted: [Aug 2004] Source: [Liang Li, Yafei Tian, Liang Zhang, Chenyang Yang, Zhijian Hu, ] Company: [WXZJ Inc/Helicomm Inc] Address: [Building D, No.2, Shangdi XinXi Lu, Beijing, China ] Voice:[], Re: [ IEEE ] Abstract:[This contribution proposes an updated PHY for TG4b.] Purpose:[To encourage discussion.] Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15b. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P

2 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 2 Proposal for IEEE b A new PHY for low-rate WPAN that employs the MSK modulation scheme with new DSSS sequences: –Keeps the present OQPSK modulation. –New DSSS sequences: 16 sequences for 4-bit mapping. –Data rate >=125Kbps (915MHz Band) >=100Kbps (868MHz Bnad)

3 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 3 Summary of Proposal Ch #0 868MHz band Ch # – 924 MHz band Bandwidth600 kHz2 MHz Recommended Code Set16-chip code set (1/4 bit/chip) Chip rate400kcps500cps Pulse shapeHalf-sine pulse shape ModulationO-QPSK Data rate>=100 kbps>=125 kbps

4 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 4 Spectra (915MHz Band)

5 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 5 Spectra (868MHz Band)

6 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 6 Key Features of Our Proposal Improved DSSS sequences: –16 DSSS sequences for 4-bit mapping. –Each sequence consists of 16 chips instead of 32, which results in ¼ chip rate (500Kcps) for 125kbps data rate. (400Kcps) for 100Kps data rate –Better orthogonal characteristics between the modulated symbols and improving the decoding performance.

7 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 7 Key Features of Our Proposal (cont.) Backward compatible: –The same modulation scheme used for the transceiver on 915 MHz and 868 MHz OQPSK + Half-sine pulse shape –Keeps constant envelop and continuous phase.

8 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 8 Key Features of Our Proposal (cont.) Lower RF requirements: –At 915MHz US Band: 2MHz channel separation, Total 10 channels. 750KHz main lobe –At 868 MHz European Band: 600 kHz channel channel. 400KHz main lobe Lower out-of-band emission > 30dB depression on first lobe (915MHzband) >28dB depression on first lobe (868MHz bnad)

9 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 9 Generating Sequence Decimal Symbol Binary SymbolChip Values

10 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 10 Modulation The case for symbol 0

11 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 11 Orthogonal Characteristic With OQPSK modulation, half-sine pulse shaping and a sampling rate of 500KHz, after spreading and modulation, the symbol 0 can be written as: Similarly, we can get all 16 symbols s 0, s 1, … s 15, where Sampled at the chip rate, the transmitted symbols keep their mutual orthogonality.

12 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 12 Performance NC-16FSK is the results of the non-coherent demodulation of 16-FSK which uses envelope detection.

13 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 13 Performance (cont.) PER AWGN4 dB RMS Delay Spread 100ns22 dB RMS Delay Spread 200ns23 dB 10,000 packets are transmitted.

14 doc.: IEEE b Submission Aug Liang Li, VSZJ Slide 14 Remarks –Simulation shows the decoder having a 0.5 to 1dB improvement in BER vs. E b /N o performance over –Effective bandwidth 0.25 bit/Hz. –Lower calculation complexity –Lower requirements on RF filter –Possible to implement a full-rate (250 kbps) system using 1M chip rate without adding any complexity and still conform to the spectrum specifications with a 2MHz channel bandwidth.


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