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Title: Performance Analysis of RIS-Assisted Spatial Modulation over Beckmann Fading Channels
Other Titles: RIS-Destekli Uzaysal Modülasyonun Beckmann Sönümlemeli Kanallardaki Performans Analizi
Authors: Canbilen, Ayşe Elif
Keywords: Beckmann channel model
maximum likelihood detection
reconfigurable intelligent surface
spatial modulation
Channel state information
Maximum likelihood
Signal detection
Beckmann channel model
Channel modelling
Error performance
Fadings channels
Maximum- likelihood detection
Modulation schemes
Performances analysis
Reconfigurable intelligent surface
Spatial modulations
Fading channels
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Abstract: In this study, error performance of the reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS)-assisted spatial modulation (SM) schemes is analyzed over Beckmann fading channels and compared to the reference schemes. Contrary to some existed works in literature, a blind scheme, which does not need the perfect channel state information and the knowledge of the activated antenna index at the RIS in order to be able to adjust the phases, is discussed since it is thought to be realized practically more easily. Detection of the transmitted signals is made by using a maximum likelihood (ML) detector at the receiver. The results obtained by extensive computer simulations reveal the various effects of the channel characteristics on the RIS-assisted SM system performance. © 2022 IEEE.
Description: 30th Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference, SIU 2022 -- 15 May 2022 through 18 May 2022 -- 182415
ISBN: 9781665450928
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