x = exp(j*phi0*pi)*c*(I-d) + exp(j*(phi1+0.5)*pi)*c*(Q-d), where
– phi0 is the inphase component of the QPSK symbol of the cell-edge user,
– phi1 is the quadrature component of the QPSK symbol of the cell-edge user,
– I is the inphase component of the M-QAM symbol of the cell-center user,
– Q is the quadrature component of the M-QAM symbol of the cell-center user.
The resultant composite constellation is Gray-coded.
Based on that, we can deduce that the power allocation to the cell-center user is c^2; it follows that the cell-edge user has a power allocation of 1-c^2. This is assuming that the total power is 1.
In the simulator, you find those parameters in +Modulation\SignalConstellation.m @ line 37, and @ line 97 you see how they are applied. If you want to change which power ratio is chosen during the simulation, you can do so in +Elements/Link.m @ line 261.
This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Bashar Tahir.