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Time sliding window for the detection of CCSK frames

Abstract : In wireless communications, frame detection and synchronization are usually performed using a preamble that consumes bandwidth and resources. A new type of frame called Quasi Cyclic Short Packet offers the advantage of avoiding preamble (thus saving resource) while allowing simple detection algorithm. The paper presents a time method to simplify the proposed detection algorithm and makes it robust to channel gain variation. First results show that a receiver can detect reliably short packet transmitted at few 100 Kbits/s at very low signalto-noise ratio (-10 dB, typically).
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Camille Monière, Kassem Saied, Bertrand Le Gal, E. Boutillon. Time sliding window for the detection of CCSK frames. IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS'2021), Oct 2021, Combria, Portugal. ⟨hal-03404782⟩

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