Link-System Interface Simulation Methodologies. Anna Tee Seokhyun Yoon Joseph Cleveland June 29, 2004. Topics. Problem statements Advantages & Requirements of a Link-System Simulation Interface (aka: PHY Abstraction) Methodology
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June 29, 2004
where geff = Effective SNR
gj = SIR of j-th segment in which channel response remains ~constant
N = Total number of segments that have ~constant channel response
where J(k) is the index of the Eb/No level corresponding to the bit in position k.
where geff = Effective SIR
gj = SIR of j-th subcarrier, or segment in which channel response remains ~constant
N = Total number of subcarriers, or segments that have ~constant channel response
where Deff (b) = Mean square error of the Effective SIR computed based on b
SIReff,m(b) = Effective SIR computed for the mth BLER point, as a function of b
SIRAWGN,m = SIR in AWGN channel which corresponds to mth BLER point
NB = Total number of BLER points