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A new signaling scheme for one-shot near-far resistant detection in DS/CDMA

Zheng, F.-C. and Barton, S. K. (1994) A new signaling scheme for one-shot near-far resistant detection in DS/CDMA. In: 5th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, 1994. Wireless Networks - Catching the Mobile Future, 18-23 September 1994, The Hague, Netherlands, pp. 194-198.

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1109/WNCMF.1994.530791


This paper proposes a new signaling scheme: orthogonal on-off BPSK (O3BPSK), for near-far resistant detection in the asynchronous DS/CDMA systems (up-link). The temporally adjacent bits from different users in the received signals are decoupled by using the on-off signaling, and the original data rate is maintained with no increase in transmission rate by adopting an orthogonal structure. The detector at the receiver is a one-shot linear decorrelating detector, which depends upon neither hard-decision nor specific channel coding. Some computer simulations are shown to confirm the theoretical analysis.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:18838
Uncontrolled Keywords:asynchronous DS/CDMA systems, computer simulations, data rate, one-shot linear decorrelating detector, one-shot near-far resistant detection, orthogonal on-off BPSK, orthogonal structure, signaling scheme, theoretical analysis, transmission rate, up-link

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