Re: QAM and Chunks_to_Symbol

Every memoryless modulation scheme can be described as M vectors in an
N-dimensional space.
So the chunck-to-symbols requires as dimensionality parameter the N and
then it needs this array of numbers

s11, s12, … s1N,
s21, s22, … s2N,

SM1, sM2, … sMN

So a 2-dim orthogonal scheme is

N=2

table =

1 ,0,
0, 1

Achilleas

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