Power spectra of MPSK

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function[SB_PSK] = PowerSpectra_MPSK()
rb = input('Enter the bit rate=');
Eb = input('Enter the energy of the bit=');
f = 0:1/100:rb;
Tb = 1/rb;  //Bit duration
M = [2,4,8];
for j = 1:length(M)
  for i= 1:length(f)
    SB_PSK(j,i)=2*Eb*(sinc_new(f(i)*Tb*log2(M(j)))^2)*log2(M(j));
  end
end
a=gca();
plot2d(f*Tb,SB_PSK(1,:)/(2*Eb))
plot2d(f*Tb,SB_PSK(2,:)/(2*Eb),2)
plot2d(f*Tb,SB_PSK(3,:)/(2*Eb),5)
xlabel('Normalized Frequency ---->')
ylabel('Normalized Power Spectral Density--->')
title('Power Spectra of M-ary signals for M =2,4,8')
legend(['M=2','M=4','M=8'])
xgrid(1) 
endfunction
//Result
//Enter the bit rate in bits per second:2
//Enter the Energy of bit:1

Power spectra of MSK & QPSk

Senthilkumar March 28, 20122 comments Coded in Scilab
function [SB_MSK,SB_QPSK]= PowerSpectra_MSK_QPSK()
//Comparison of QPSK and MSK Power Spectrums
rb = input('Enter the bit rate in bits per second:');
Eb = input('Enter the Energy of bit:');
f = 0:1/(100*rb):(4/rb);
Tb = 1/rb; //bit duration in seconds
for i = 1:length(f)
  if(f(i)==0.5)
    SB_MSK(i) = 4*Eb*f(i);
  else
    SB_MSK(i) = (32*Eb/(%pi^2))*(cos(2*%pi*Tb*f(i))/((4*Tb*f(i))^2-1))^2;
  end
    SB_QPSK(i)= 4*Eb*sinc_new((2*Tb*f(i)))^2;
end
a = gca();
plot(f*Tb,SB_MSK/(4*Eb));
plot(f*Tb,SB_QPSK/(4*Eb));
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);
poly1.foreground = 3;
xlabel('Normalized Frequency ---->')
ylabel('Normalized Power Spectral Density--->')
title('QPSK Vs MSK Power Spectra Comparison')
legend(['Minimum Shift Keying','QPSK'])
xgrid(1)
endfunction
//Result
//Enter the bit rate in bits per second:2
//Enter the Energy of bit:1

Power Spectrum of Discrete PAM signals

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [Sxxf_NRZ_P,Sxxf_NRZ_BP,Sxxf_NRZ_UP,Sxxf_Manch]=PowerSpectra_PAM()
a = input('Enter the Amplitude value:');
fb = input('Enter the bit rate:');
Tb = 1/fb;  //bit duration
f = 0:1/(100*Tb):2/Tb;
for i = 1:length(f)
  Sxxf_NRZ_P(i) = (a^2)*Tb*(sinc_new(f(i)*Tb)^2);
  Sxxf_NRZ_BP(i) = (a^2)*Tb*((sinc_new(f(i)*Tb))^2)*((sin(%pi*f(i)*Tb))^2);
  if (i==1)
    Sxxf_NRZ_UP(i) = (a^2)*(Tb/4)*((sinc_new(f(i)*Tb))^2)+(a^2)/4;
  else
    Sxxf_NRZ_UP(i) = (a^2)*(Tb/4)*((sinc_new(f(i)*Tb))^2);
  end
  Sxxf_Manch(i) = (a^2)*Tb*(sinc_new(f(i)*Tb/2)^2)*(sin(%pi*f(i)*Tb/2)^2);
end
//Plotting
a = gca();
plot2d(f,Sxxf_NRZ_P)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
plot2d(f,Sxxf_NRZ_BP,2)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
plot2d(f,Sxxf_NRZ_UP,5)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
plot2d(f,Sxxf_Manch,9)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
xlabel('f*Tb------->')
ylabel('Sxx(f)------->')
title('Power Spectral Densities of Different Line Codinig Techniques')
xgrid(1)
legend(['NRZ Polar Format','NRZ Bipolar format','NRZ Unipolar format','Manchester format']);
endfunction
//Result
//Enter the Amplitude value:1
//Enter the bit rate:1

Raised Cosine Spectrum

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [p]= RaisedCosineSpectrum()
//Practical Solution for Intersymbol Interference
//Raised Cosine Spectrum
rb = input('Enter the bit rate:');
Tb =1/rb;
t =-3:1/100:3;
Bo = rb/2;
Alpha =0;      //roll-off factor Intialized to zero
x =t/Tb;
for j =1:3
  for i =1:length(t)
    if((j==3)&((t(i)==0.5)|(t(i)==-0.5)))
        p(j,i) = sinc_new(2*Bo*t(i));
    else
        num =  sinc_new(2*Bo*t(i))*cos(2*%pi*Alpha*Bo*t(i));
        den =   1-16*(Alpha^2)*(Bo^2)*(t(i)^2)+0.01; 
        p(j,i)= num/den;
    end
  end
  Alpha = Alpha+0.5;
end
a =gca();
plot2d(t,p(1,:))
plot2d(t,p(2,:))
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);
poly1.foreground=2;
plot2d(t,p(3,:))
poly2= a.children(1).children(1);
po1y2.foreground=4;
poly2.line_style = 3;
xlabel('t/Tb------>');
ylabel('p(t)------->');
title('RAISED COSINE SPECTRUM - Practical Solution for ISI')
legend(['ROlloff Factor =0','ROlloff Factor =0.5','ROlloff Factor =1'])
xgrid(1)
endfunction
//Result
//Enter the bit rate:1

Modified Duobinary Signaling-Spectrum

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function[Amplitude_Response,Phase_Response]=Modified_Duobinary_Signaling()
//Modified Duobinary Signaling Scheme
//Magnitude and Phase Response
rb =  input('Enter the bit rate=');
Tb =1/rb;  //Bit duration
f = -rb/2:1/100:rb/2;
Amplitude_Response = abs(2*sin(2*%pi*f.*Tb));
Phase_Response = -(2*%pi*f.*Tb);
subplot(2,1,1)
a=gca();
a.x_location ="origin";
a.y_location ="origin";
plot2d(f,Amplitude_Response,2)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
xlabel('Frequency f---->')
ylabel('|H(f)| ----->')
title('Amplitude Repsonse of Modified Duobinary Singaling')
xgrid(1)
subplot(2,1,2)
a=gca();
a.x_location ="origin";
a.y_location ="origin";
plot2d(f,Phase_Response,5)
poly1= a.children(1).children(1);  
poly1.thickness = 2;  // the tickness of a curve.
xlabel('                                           Frequency f---->')
ylabel('                                            <H(f) ----->')
title('Phase Repsonse of Modified Duobinary Singaling')
xgrid(1)
//Result
//Enter the bit rate=8 
endfunction
//Result
//Enter the bit rate=8

Duobinary Encoder and Decoder

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [c,b_r]=Duobinary_EncDec(b)

// Precoded Duobinary coder and decoder
//b = input binary sequence:precoder input
//c = duobinary coder output
//b_r = duobinary decoder output
a(1) = xor(1,b(1));
if(a(1)==1)
  a_volts(1) = 1;
end
for k =2:length(b)
  a(k) = xor(a(k-1),b(k));
  if(a(k)==1)
    a_volts(k)=1;
  else
    a_volts(k)=-1;
  end
end
a = a';
a_volts = a_volts';
disp(a,'Precoder output in binary form:')
disp(a_volts,'Precoder output in volts:')
//Duobinary coder output in volts
c(1) = 1+ a_volts(1);
for k =2:length(a)
  c(k) =  a_volts(k-1)+a_volts(k);
end
c = c';
disp(c,'Duobinary coder output in volts:')
//Duobinary decoder output  by applying decision rule
for k =1:length(c)
  if(abs(c(k))>1)
    b_r(k) =  0;
  else
    b_r(k) = 1;
  end
end
b_r = b_r';
disp(b_r,'Recovered original sequence at detector oupupt:')
endfunction
//Result
//Precoder output in binary form:   
// 
//  1.    1.    0.    0.    1.    0.    0.  
// 
// Precoder output in volts:   
// 
//  1.    1.  - 1.  - 1.    1.  - 1.  - 1.  
// 
// Duobinary coder output in volts:   
//
//  2.    2.    0.  - 2.    0.    0.  - 2.  
// 
// Recovered original sequence at detector oupupt:   
// 
//  0.    0.    1.    0.    1.    1.    0.

Duobianry Signaling-Amplitude & Phase Response

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [Amplitude_Response,Phase_Response]= Duobinary_Signaling()
//Duobinary Signaling Scheme
//Magnitude and Phase Response
rb =  input('Enter the bit rate=');
Tb =1/rb;  //Bit duration
f = -rb/2:1/100:rb/2;
Amplitude_Response = abs(2*cos(%pi*f.*Tb));
Phase_Response = -(%pi*f.*Tb);
subplot(2,1,1)
a=gca();
a.x_location ="origin";
a.y_location ="origin";
plot(f,Amplitude_Response)
xlabel('Frequency f---->')
ylabel('|H(f)| ----->')
title('Amplitude Repsonse of Duobinary Singaling')
subplot(2,1,2)
a=gca();
a.x_location ="origin";
a.y_location ="origin";
plot(f,Phase_Response)
xlabel('                                           Frequency f---->')
ylabel('                                            <H(f) ----->')
title('Phase Repsonse of Duobinary Singaling')
endfunction
//Result
//-->exec('C:\Users\SENTHILKUMAR\Desktop\Communication_Toolbox\Digital_Communication\New folder\Duobinary_Signaling.sci', -1)
// 
//-->[Amplitude_Response,Phase_Response]= Duobinary_Signaling()
//Enter the bit rate= 8

Equalizer to compensate aperture effect

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [E]=EqualizerFor_ApertureEff(Ts)

//Equalizer to Compensate for aperture effect
T_Ts = 0.01:0.01:Ts;
E(1) =1;
for i = 2:length(T_Ts)
  E(i) = ((%pi/2)*T_Ts(i))/(sin((%pi/2)*T_Ts(i)));
end
a =gca();
a.data_bounds = [0,0.8;0.8,1.2];
plot2d(T_Ts,E,5)
xlabel('Duty cycle T/Ts')
ylabel('1/sinc(0.5(T/Ts))')
title('Normalized equalization (to compensate for aperture effect) plotted versus T/Ts')
endfunction

Repetition code

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function [G,H,x]=RepetitionCode(n,k,m)

//Repetition Codes
//n =block of identical 'n' bits
//k =1 one bit
//m = 1;// bit value = 1
I = eye(n-k,n-k);//Identity matrix
P = ones(1,n-k);//coefficient matrix
H = [I P'];//parity-check matrix
G = [P 1];//generator matrix 
x = m.*G; //code word
disp(G,'generator matrix');
disp(H,'parity-check matrix');
disp(x,'code word for binary one input');
endfunction
//Result
//-->exec('C:\Users\SENTHILKUMAR\Desktop\Communication_Toolbox\Digital_Communication\RepetitionCode.sci', -1)
// 
//-->n = 5
// n  =
// 
//    5.  
// 
//-->k =1
// k  =
// 
//    1.  
// 
//-->m =1
// m  =
// 
//    1.  
// 
//-->[G,H,x]=RepetitionCode(n,k,m)
// 
// generator matrix   
// 
//    1.    1.    1.    1.    1.  
// 
// parity-check matrix   
// 
//    1.    0.    0.    0.    1.  
//    0.    1.    0.    0.    1.  
//    0.    0.    1.    0.    1.  
//    0.    0.    0.    1.    1.  
// 
// code word for binary one input   
// 
//    1.    1.    1.    1.    1.  
// x  =
// 
//    1.    1.    1.    1.    1.  
// H  =
// 
//    1.    0.    0.    0.    1.  
//    0.    1.    0.    0.    1.  
//    0.    0.    1.    0.    1.  
//    0.    0.    0.    1.    1.  
// G  =
// 
//    1.    1.    1.    1.    1.

Reed Solomon Codes

Senthilkumar March 28, 2012 Coded in Scilab
function[n,p,r] = ReedSolomon_Codes(m)

// Reed-Solomon Codes
//Single-error-correcting RS code with a 2-bit byte
//m = m-bit symbol
k = 1^m; //number of message bits
t =1; //single bit error correction
n = 2^m-1; //code word length in 2-bit byte
p = n-k; //parity bits length in  2-bit byte
r = k/n; //code rate
disp(n,'code word length in 2-bit byte n =')
disp(p,'parity bits length in  2-bit byte n-k=')
disp(r,'Code rate:r = k/n =')
disp(2*t,'It can correct any error upto =')
endfunction
//Result
//-->exec('C:\Users\SENTHILKUMAR\Desktop\Communication_Toolbox\Digital_Communication\ReedSolomon_Codes.sci', -1)
// 
//-->m=2
// m  =
// 
//    2.  
// 
//-->[n,p,r] = ReedSolomon_Codes(m)
// 
// code word length in 2-bit byte n =   
// 
//    3.  
// 
// parity bits length in  2-bit byte n-k=   
// 
//    2.  
// 
// Code rate:r = k/n =   
// 
//    0.3333333  
// 
// It can correct any error upto =   
// 
//    2.  
// r  =
// 
//    0.3333333  
// p  =
// 
//    2.  
// n  =
// 
//    3.  
//