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A linear CDMA detector based on minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR)

Zheng, F.-C. (2000) A linear CDMA detector based on minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR). In: IEEE 51st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC '00), Spring, 15-18 May 2000, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 566-570.

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A bit-level processing (BLP) based linear CDMA detector is derived following the principle of minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR). The combining taps for the MVDR detector are determined from (1) the covariance matrix of the matched filter output, and (2) the corresponding row (or column) of the user correlation matrix. Due to the interference suppression capability of MVDR and the fact that no inversion of the user correlation matrix is involved, the influence of the synchronisation errors is greatly reduced. The detector performance is demonstrated via computer simulations (both synchronisation errors and intercell interference are considered).

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:18749
Uncontrolled Keywords:MVDR detector, bit-level processing, combining taps, computer simulations, covariance matrix, detector performance, intercell interference, interference suppression, linear CDMA detector, matched filter output, minimum variance distortionless response, synchronisation errors, user correlation matrix

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