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TCM-UGM, TCM, compressed color image, SPIHT
The aim of this paper is to investigate the quality of transmitted color images using 16-state TCM-UGM or TCM channel code over Rayleigh fading channel. Considering SPIHT-based compression algorithm and image quality metrics (IQMs), the simulation results for throughput of 2 bit/s/Hz, showed that the communication system using TCM-UGM allows better performance compared to TCM and better protects the compressed color image during transmission. For transmission tests compressed colors images, the TCM-UGM system outperforms the performance of the TCM by 3 dB at BER = 10-5 and 4.59 dB at FER = 3.10-3. For example, for Lena color image, the 16-state TCM-UGM system gives best performance that the 16-state TCM system. The gain is the 5.02 dB and 17.90 % for the PSNR and MMSIM respectively.
Benaïssa Mohamed, Bassou Abdesselam, Beladgham Mohammed, Taleb-Ahmed Abdelmalik, Moulay Lakhdar Abdelmounaim ,"Application of 16-State TCM-UGM and TCM for Improving the Quality of Compressed Color Image Transmission", IJIGSP, vol.6, no.10, pp.10-17, 2014.DOI: 10.5815/ijigsp.2014.10.02
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