New mobile communication system design for Rayleigh environments based on compressed sensing-source coding

New mobile communication system design for Rayleigh environments based on compressed sensing-source coding

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A new end-to-end communication system is proposed to increase transmission speed, robustness, and security in order to meet the requirements of mobile systems that know an exponentially increasing data amount over time. The design relies on the use of compressed sensing-source coding instead of the supported speech coding standards in actual mobile communication systems. The proposed compressed sensing-source coding method allows reducing the speech coding complexity by using simple quantisation and binary encoding, saving communication system resources, and encrypting communications without additional costs. The performance of the resulting communication system is evaluated for speech communication via 10 dB Rayleigh environment in terms of perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ) scores and coherence speech intelligibility index (CSII) when convolutional coding, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing, and diversity schemes are used. Results report that for a bit rate of 12.8 kbit/s the proposed scheme achieves fair speech intelligibility justified by a CSII value of 0.5, and offers good output speech quality measure, providing a PESQ of 3.33 for the same bit rate.

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