Dirty Paper COding Using Trellis-Codes Modulation

  • Balachandran K.
  • Kang J.
  • Karakayali K.
  • Rege K.

Abstract- Although the information theoretic result referred to as “dirty paper coding” [1] has been known for quite a while, it has not led to schemes that look attractive enough for real-life communication systems. In a companion paper [2], we presented the concept of sum codes and showed how they provide a convenient platform for interference suppression via dirty paper coding. In this paper, we present a dirty paper coding scheme based on trellis-coded modulation, which could be looked upon as an alternative to the sum-codes-based approach. Since trellis-coded modulation is designed for multi-level signal constellations, it is expected to work well as a platform for the proposed dirty paper coding scheme in which multi-level signal constellations play a critical role. Keywords- Dirty Paper Coding, Trellis-Coded Modulation, Coset Codes, Interference Suppression, Lattice Codes, Vector Modulation.

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