Automatic Modulation Recognition of MPSK Signals Using Constellation Rotation and its 4-th Order Cumulant
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We derive and analyze a new pattern recognition approach for automatic modulation recognition of MPSK (2, 4, and 8) signals in broad-band Gaussian noise. Presented method is based on constellation rotation of the received symbols, and a 4th order cumulant of a 1D distribution of the signal's in-phase component. Using Fourier series expansion of this cumulant as a function of the rotation angle, we extract invariant features which are then used in a neural classifier. Discrimination power of the proposed set of features is verified through extensive simulations, and the performance of the suggested algorithm is compared to the maximum-likelihood (ML) classifiers. Corresponding results show that our technique is comparable to the coherent ML classifier and outperforms the non-coherent pseudo-ML method for all considered signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) without the computational overhead of the latter.
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