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    Regarding OFDM index modulation?

    can someone please share the Bit error rate code of basic OFDM- index modulation on my mail id MODERATOR ACTION: email address is removed
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    Re: Regarding OFDM index modulation?

    Quote Originally Posted by iamsamriti View Post
    can someone please share the Bit error rate code of basic OFDM- index modulation on my mail id MODERATOR ACTION: email address is removed
    What programming language would you like your code to be in?

    How would you like your bits to be mapped to symbols? (e.g. QAM, PSK, etc).

    I don't think many researchers are interested in index modulation, so it might be advisable to start with standard OFDM, then modify your code for index modulation.



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    Re: Regarding OFDM index modulation?

    Quote Originally Posted by weetabixharry View Post
    What programming language would you like your code to be in?

    How would you like your bits to be mapped to symbols? (e.g. QAM, PSK, etc).

    I don't think many researchers are interested in index modulation, so it might be advisable to start with standard OFDM, then modify your code for index modulation.
    thanx for replying. i want coding in matlab using QAM...i have developed code for OFDM index modulation in matlab but not getting the desired Bit error rate curve.



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