Fast communication: Discrete-time chaotic systems synchronization performance under additive noise
TL;DR: Results are presented of a comparison between synchronization error due to additive Gaussian noise when the transmitter and receiver are implemented by single or coupled maps.
Abstract: In recent decades many articles have discussed the possibilities of chaos applied in communications. However, the vast majority consider in practical terms the ideal channel condition, which is clearly a restringing condition. Some papers show that when there is an additive noise, the synchronization error often disrupts communication. In this work, we present results of a comparison between synchronization error due to additive Gaussian noise when the transmitter and receiver are implemented by single or coupled maps.
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...Other authors proposed to improve the robustness of chaotic synchronization to channel noise , where a coupled lattice instead of coupled single maps is used to decrease the master-slave synchronization error....
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...Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Signal Processing 0165-16 doi:10.1 Cor E-m batista@ journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/sigpro Fast communication Discrete-time chaotic systems synchronization performance under additive noise M. Eisencraft a, , A.M. Batista b, a Centro de Engenharia,…...
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