Impulsive noise modelling and prediction of its impact on the performance of WLAN receiver

Shahzad A. Bhatti, Qingshan Shan, Ian A. Glover, Robert Atkinson, Illiana E. Portugues, Philip J. Moore, Richard Rutherford

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Abstract

As part of a larger project to assess the risk associated with the deployment of wireless equipment in electricity substations the BER performance of IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11a in the presence of impulsive noise has been investigated. Middleton class A noise model is used to simulate impulsive noise environment and Simulink is used to simulate the WLAN physical layer. The observed degradation in performance is compared with that due to additive white Gaussian noise.

LanguageEnglish
Pages1680-1684
Number of pages5
JournalEuropean Signal Processing Conference
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event17th European Signal Processing Conference - Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 24 Aug 200928 Aug 2009
Conference number: 17

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Impulse noise
Wireless local area networks (WLAN)
Electricity
Degradation

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Bhatti, S. A., Shan, Q., Glover, I. A., Atkinson, R., Portugues, I. E., Moore, P. J., & Rutherford, R. (2009). Impulsive noise modelling and prediction of its impact on the performance of WLAN receiver. European Signal Processing Conference, 1680-1684.
Bhatti, Shahzad A. ; Shan, Qingshan ; Glover, Ian A. ; Atkinson, Robert ; Portugues, Illiana E. ; Moore, Philip J. ; Rutherford, Richard. / Impulsive noise modelling and prediction of its impact on the performance of WLAN receiver. In: European Signal Processing Conference. 2009 ; pp. 1680-1684.
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Impulsive noise modelling and prediction of its impact on the performance of WLAN receiver. / Bhatti, Shahzad A.; Shan, Qingshan; Glover, Ian A.; Atkinson, Robert; Portugues, Illiana E.; Moore, Philip J.; Rutherford, Richard.

In: European Signal Processing Conference, 2009, p. 1680-1684.

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