Abstract

We study the bit-error rate performance of different subcarrier phase-shift keying systems with carrier phase errors (CPE) in lognormal turbulence channels where the CPE is modeled as a Tikhonov random variable. The CPE induced asymptotic noise reference losses for the studied systems are quantified analytically by introducing the lognormal-Nakagami fading as an auxiliary channel model. The auxiliary channel method used in this study can be potentially applied to other performance analysis problems involving the lognormal channels.

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