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Approximation for Average Error Probability of BPSK in the Presence of Phase Error

Authors: Jaeyoon Lee, Dongweon Yoon, Yeonsoo Jang, Ki Ho Kwon, Wooju Lee

Abstract:

Phase error in communications systems degrades error performance. In this paper, we present a simple approximation for the average error probability of the binary phase shift keying (BPSK) in the presence of phase error having a uniform distribution on arbitrary intervals. For the simple approximation, we use symmetry and periodicity of a sinusoidal function. Approximate result for the average error probability is derived, and the performance is verified through comparison with simulation result.

Keywords: phase shift keying, Average error probability, Phase error

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1083627

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