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Title"Performance of coded Joint transmit scheme aided MIMO-IDMA system for secured medical image transmission"
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsK. S. Vishvaksenan, K. Mithra
Conference Name2015 International Conference on Communications and Signal Processing (ICCSP)
Date PublishedApril
ISBN Number 978-1-4799-8081-9
Accession Number15600237
Keywordsantenna arrays, antennas, Arnold's Cat Map encryption algorithm, Biomedical imaging, carcinogenic cell, code division multiple access, coded joint transmit scheme aided MIMO-IDMA system, discrete wavelet transform, discrete wavelet transforms, Double space-time transmit diversity (DSTTD), DWT, Europe, Interference, interleaved codes, least mean squares methods, LTE channel model, medical image processing, medical image transmission, MIMO, MIMO communication, mobile station, multi Stream interference (MSI) SUI channel model, multi-user detection (MUD), multiple access interference (MAI), multiple input multiple output (MIMO), multiple-input multiple-output aided coded interleave division multiple access system, multistream interference, nonlinear minimum mean square error detection algorithm, normal cell, pubcrawl170102, Stanford University Interim channel models, Streaming media, transmitting antennas, unwanted multiple users image information, Yttrium

In this paper, we investigate the performance of multiple-input multiple-output aided coded interleave division multiple access (IDMA) system for secured medical image transmission through wireless communication. We realize the MIMO profile using four transmit antennas at the base station and three receive antennas at the mobile station. We achieve bandwidth efficiency using discrete wavelet transform (DWT). Further we implement Arnold's Cat Map (ACM) encryption algorithm for secured medical transmission. We consider celulas as medical image which is used to differentiate between normal cell and carcinogenic cell. In order to accommodate more users' image, we consider IDMA as accessing scheme. At the mobile station (MS), we employ non-linear minimum mean square error (MMSE) detection algorithm to alleviate the effects of unwanted multiple users image information and multi-stream interference (MSI) in the context of downlink transmission. In particular, we investigate the effects of three types of delay-spread distributions pertaining to Stanford university interim (SUI) channel models for encrypted image transmission of MIMO-IDMA system. From our computer simulation, we reveal that DWT based coded MIMO- IDMA system with ACM provides superior picture quality in the context of DL communication while offering higher spectral efficiency and security.

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