Evaluation of Impact on Digital Radio Systems by Measuring Amplitude Probability Distribution of Interfering Noise

Yasushi MATSUMOTO  Kia WIKLUNDH  

Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications   Vol.E98-B   No.7   pp.1143-1155
Publication Date: 2015/07/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1345
DOI: 10.1587/transcom.E98.B.1143
Type of Manuscript: INVITED PAPER (Special Section on Electromagnetic Compatibility Technology in Conjunction with Main Topics of EMC'14/Tokyo)
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Keyword: 
amplitude probability distribution,  electromagnetic interference,  electromagnetic noise,  bit error probability,  non-Gaussian noise,  

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Summary: 
This paper presents a method for evaluating the maximum bit error probability (BEP) of a digital communication system subjected to interference by measuring the amplitude probability distribution (APD) of the interfering noise. Necessary conditions for the BEP evaluation are clarified both for the APD measuring receiver and the communication receiver considered. A method of defining emission limits is presented in terms of APD so that the worst BEP of a communication system does not exceed a required permissible value. The methods provide a theoretical basis for a wide variety of applications such as emission requirements in compliance testing, dynamic spectrum allocations, characterization of an electromagnetic environment for introducing new radio systems, and evaluation of intra-system interference.