Manjeet Singh (alumni)
User ID:ms308
Position:PhD Approved
College:St John's
Overview and Interests
In mobile communications, bandwidth and power are precious commodities. One method of improving bandwidth-power efficiently is coded Continuous Phase Modulation (CPM). CPM has a constant signal envelope and the continuous nature of the phase leads to good spectral properties, with low out of band radiation in particular. My research entails studying coded CPM in both frequency-selective and flat fading channels.

1. Manjeet Singh, "Investigations of Concatenated Channel Coding Schemes Using the Decomposed CPM Model," PhD thesis, University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory, May 2002

2. Manjeet Singh, Ian Wassell, "Comparison between Serial and Parallel Concatenated Channel Coding Schemes using Continuous Phase Modulation over AWGN and Fading Channels," CIC 2001, Las Vegas, Jun 2001

3. Manjeet Singh, Ian Wassell, "Comparison between Soft and Hard Decoding using Quaternary Convolutional Encoders and the Decomposed CPM Model," Spring VTC 2001, May 2001

4. Manjeet Singh, Ian Wassell, "SOVA Decoding of Concatenated Convolutional Encoders and CPM Scheme Over AWGN and Fading Channels," Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Personal Wireless Communications, pp. 152-156, Dec 2000

5. Manjeet Singh, Ian Wassell, "Effective Channel Coding of Serially Concatenated Encoders and CPM over AWGN and Rician Channels," MILCOM 2000, Oct 2000

6. Manjeet Singh, Ian Wassell, "Effective Channel Coding using Quaternary Encoders and Continuous Phase Modulation," Proceedings of World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, pp. 71-75, Jul 2000