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Near-far resistant detection of CDMA signals via isolation bit insertion

Zheng, F.-C. and Barton, S.K. (1995) Near-far resistant detection of CDMA signals via isolation bit insertion. IEEE Transactions on Communications, 43 (234). pp. 1313-1317. ISSN 0090-6778

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1109/26.380176

Abstract/Summary

This paper presents a novel scheme for near-far resistant CDMA detection: isolation bit insertion (IBI). At the transmitter, isolation bits are inserted into the information bit sequence before modulation, and a practical linear decorrelating detector (LDD) is obtained at the receiver. All the advantages that an LDD theoretically offers are retained and realised in practice.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:18709
Uncontrolled Keywords:CDMA signals, DS-CDMA, direct sequence CDMA, information bit sequence, isolation bit insertion, linear decorrelating detector, modulation, near-far resistant detection, receiver, transmitter
Publisher:IEEE

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