Hello all, please i need urgent help I have used the inbuilt matlab functions as described in matlab for Reed Solomon and Convolutional codes. I have a binary file that i want to simulate using an awgn and a mobile channel. Ineed to calculate the ber and (EbNo) plot them on a graph. But the noisy signal i get after adding awgn to the code cannot be decoded by Reed Solomon decoder since it is not an integer value. I would appreciate any help you can give to me as i would still use convolutional codes and concatenated codes. Hope to hear from you soon. Tito % Reed-Solomon Codes with awgn m = 4; % Number of bits in each symbol n = 2^m-1; k = 13; % Codeword length and message length data = randint(4,k,2^m); % Four random integer messages msg = gf(data,m); % Represent data using a Galois array. % Encode the message c1 = rsenc(msg,n,k); code = double(c1.x); % Main steps in the simulation %% Channel % Send signal over an AWGN channel. %% Setup % Define parameters. M1 = 16; % Size of signal constellation k1 = log2(M1); % Number of bits per symbol n1 = 3e4; % Number of bits to process nsamp = 1; % Oversampling rate EbNo = 10; % In dB % Note: Because No = 2*noiseVariance^2, we must add 3 dB % to get SNR. For details, see Proakis book listed in % "Selected Bibliography for Performance Evaluation." snr = EbNo + 10*log10(k1) - 10*log10(nsamp); ynoisy = awgn(real(code),snr,'measured'); %ynoisy = awgn(code,snr,'measured');% Add white Gaussian noise msg2 = gf(ynoisy,m); decoded = rsdec(msg2,n,k); x = decoded; decoded_x = decoded.x; z = double(decoded_x); % Compute bit error rate from simulation. [num,rt] = biterr(data,z)

# Ber Simulation for Reed-Solomon Codes in Matlab

Started by ●August 12, 2009

Reply by ●August 13, 20092009-08-13

tito12 <bolatito12@yahoo.com> wrote:> Hello all, please i need urgent help I have used the inbuilt > matlab functions as described in matlab for Reed Solomon and > Convolutional codes. I have a binary file that i want to simulate > using an awgn and a mobile channel. Ineed to calculate the ber > and (EbNo) plot them on a graph. But the noisy signal i get > after adding awgn to the code cannot be decoded by Reed Solomon > decoder since it is not an integer value. I would appreciate > any help you can give to meYou need to use something that is traditionally called a "modem". Hope this helps. Steve

Reply by ●June 19, 20142014-06-19

On Thursday, August 13, 2009 1:19:31 AM UTC+3, tito12 wrote:> Hello all, please i need urgent help > I have used the inbuilt matlab functions as described in matlab for Reed > Solomon and Convolutional codes. I have a binary file that i want to > simulate using an awgn and a mobile channel. Ineed to calculate the ber and > (EbNo) plot them on a graph. But the noisy signal i get after adding awgn > to the code cannot be decoded by Reed Solomon decoder since it is not an > integer value. I would appreciate any help you can give to me as i would > still use convolutional codes and concatenated codes. > Hope to hear from you soon. > Tito > > > % Reed-Solomon Codes with awgn > m = 4; % Number of bits in each symbol > n = 2^m-1; k = 13; % Codeword length and message length > data = randint(4,k,2^m); % Four random integer messages > msg = gf(data,m); % Represent data using a Galois array. > % Encode the message > c1 = rsenc(msg,n,k); > code = double(c1.x); > % Main steps in the simulation > %% Channel > % Send signal over an AWGN channel. > %% Setup > % Define parameters. > M1 = 16; % Size of signal constellation > k1 = log2(M1); % Number of bits per symbol > n1 = 3e4; % Number of bits to process > nsamp = 1; % Oversampling rate > EbNo = 10; % In dB > % Note: Because No = 2*noiseVariance^2, we must add 3 dB > % to get SNR. For details, see Proakis book listed in > % "Selected Bibliography for Performance Evaluation." > snr = EbNo + 10*log10(k1) - 10*log10(nsamp); > ynoisy = awgn(real(code),snr,'measured'); > %ynoisy = awgn(code,snr,'measured');% Add white Gaussian noise > msg2 = gf(ynoisy,m); > decoded = rsdec(msg2,n,k); > x = decoded; > decoded_x = decoded.x; > z = double(decoded_x); > % Compute bit error rate from simulation. > [num,rt] = biterr(data,z)