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 Multi-sensor frequency domain multiple access interference canceller for DS-CDMA systems
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title: Multi-sensor frequency domain multiple access interference canceller for DS-CDMA systems
authors: Gonçalves, L.
Gameiro, A.
issue date: 2007
publisher: John Wiley and Sons
abstract: Direct sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) signals exhibit cyclostationary properties which imply a redundancy between frequency components separated by multiples of the symbol rate. In this paper a multiple access interference canceller (frequency shift canceller) that explores this property is presented. This linear frequency domain canceller operates on the spread signal in such way that the interference and noise at its output is minimized (minimum mean squared error criterion). The frequency shift canceller (FSC) performance was evaluated for a UMTS-TDD scenario and multi-sensor configurations, where the cases of diversity and beamforming were considered. All these configurations are evaluated concatenated with a parallel interference canceller (PIC-2D). The results are benchmarked against the performance of the conventional RAKE-2D detector, the conventional PIC-2D detector and single user scenario, and we observe considerable performance gains with the FSC especially for the diversity case and a performance close to the single user case when it was evaluated jointly with PIC-2D.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/7012
ISSN: 1124-318X
publisher version/DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISSSTA.2004.1371657
source: European Transactions on Telecommunications
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