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 The IST project MATRICE on MC-CDMA transmission techniques for future Cellular Systems
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title: The IST project MATRICE on MC-CDMA transmission techniques for future Cellular Systems
authors: Herault, Laurent
Noes, Mathieu des
Berens, Friedbert
Chalard, Laurent
Mottier, David
Hélard, Jean-François
Rodriguez, Jonathan
Tafazolli, Rahim
Acx, Anne-Gaële
Gameiro, Atilio
Aguiar, Rui L.
Zazo Bello, Santiago
Bauer, Franziskus
keywords: Resource management
MC-CDMA
Air-interface
Physical layer
issue date: 2003
publisher: ST Micro-electronics
abstract: This paper presents an overview of the European IST project MATRICE (MC-CDMA Transmission Techniques for Integrated Broadband Cellular Systems, IST-2001-3220), describing its tasks, goals and preliminary achievements. The main focus of the MATRICE project is the definition of a new air-interface for future cellular mobile radio systems based on Multicarrier-CDMA modulation techniques and the study of its key building blocks like receiver algorithms and flexible TX components. The nine European partners participating in this project are CEA-LETI (F), France Telecom (F), Instituto de Telecommonicaçõ (P), Mitsubishi Electric ITE-TCL (F), University of Madrid (E), University of Surrey (UK), STMicroelectronics (CH), INSA-IETR (F) and Nokia (D).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/7990
publisher version/DOI: http://www.st.com
source: ST Journal of System Research
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