Frequency-modulated differential chaos shift keying ultra-wide band (FM-DCSK UWB) system has attracted more and more attention in recent years because of its low-complexity and low-power advantages. Nevertheless, its system performance is severely degraded in the presence of narrow-band interference(NBI), which further limits its practical applications. In this paper, an enhanced energy-based detector (EED) is proposed for the FM-DCSK UWB system to tackle this problem. Compared with the conventional energy detector (ED), the proposed EED significantly enhances the anti-NBI capability while maintaining the low-power and low-complexity feature. As a further insight,the analytical bit-error-rate (BER) expression of the proposed EED-based FM-DCSK UWB system is derived over additive white Gaussian noise as well as IEEE 802.15.4 a multipath fading channels. Moreover, simulation results are carried out to demonstrate the accuracy of the theoretical analysis and the merit of the proposed EED. It is illustrated that the proposed EED achieves better performance than the conventional ED in various transmission scenarios. Thanks to the above advantages,the proposed EED-based FM-DCSK UWB system appears to be an excellent candidate for low-power and low-complexity tactile Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications, e.g., wireless sensor networks and wireless body area networks.
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