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Adaptive joint detection of cochannel signals for TDMA handsets

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5 Author(s)
A. Hafeez ; Ericsson Inc., Res. Triangle Park, NC, USA ; K. J. Molnar ; H. Arslan ; G. E. Bottomley
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In mobile communication systems, downlink (forward link) system capacity is limited by the ability of mobile receivers to recover the desired signal in the presence of cochannel interference (CCI). Joint detection of the desired and cochannel signals is a useful approach to improving receiver performance, thus increasing system capacity. In this paper, we show that a practical single-antenna joint-detection receiver can provide significant gains in system capacity for the time-division multiple-access (TDMA) standard Telecommunications Industry Association/Electronic Industry Association/Interim Standard-136 (TIA/EIA/IS-136 or IS-136). For a sectorized system, joint detection provides a capacity gain of 47% in a typical urban environment. When used in conjunction with transmit beamforming, the synergy between the two approaches leads to a capacity gain of over 200%. In determining these gains, practical aspects of the IS-136 system are considered, namely, unsynchronized networks, limited receiver complexity, and adaptability. A semiblind acquisition process, which uses the training sequence of the desired user only, is employed, because the desired and interfering base stations are not synchronized. The receiver complexity is controlled by processing only one sample per symbol period, even though it is shown that multiple samples per symbol period should ideally be used. Finally, because receiver performance may be limited by its own intersymbol interference instead of CCI, an adaptive joint-detection process is used which selects between joint demodulation and single-user equalization for each slot.

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IEEE Transactions on Communications  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 10 )