A problem with my digital communication code
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I have a problem in writing in MATLAB a program that modulates data bits, adds noise, then demodulates it and calculates the bit error and the symbol error rate. The modulation used first should be QPSK. I have done the following:
databits = randi([0 3],N,1);
hModulator = comm.QPSKModulator;
hModulator.PhaseOffset = pi/4;
txsig = step(hModulator, databits);
rxsig = awgn(txsig,SNRdB);
H = comm.QPSKDemodulator
hH.PhaseOffset = pi/4;
My first question is I don't think I am doing the bit error rate and symbol error rate correctly, can someone help me spot where the problem is? Where am I missing out?
I am then asked to repeat the same problem but make the changes needed to make it work with 16-QAM and 64-QAM by changing a parameter called CONSTELLATION.
I have tried using demod() and ddemodce() but these two functions have been removed from MATLAB? Does anyone know how to proceed?