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In this paper we analyse the performance of a blind adaptive DS-CDMA receiver by using antenna array. This receiver structure is different from conventional receiver in the sense that it uses both time and spatial techniques combining with adaptive filtering to effectively suppress multiple access interference (MAI). The performance of this receiver is evaluated over Rayleigh fading channel in a one-cell network. We also compare the result with that of conventional correlation receiver to justify the performance gain.