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How to obtain good performance by iterative and diversity techniques for uplink MC-CDMA systems

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3 Author(s)
Yuan-Wu, Y. ; Div. of R&D, France Telecom ; Sarkiss, M. ; Ye Li

This paper aims at the system design on the MC-CDMA uplink. In this paper, we compare the performance and the complexity of MC-CDMA systems with and without iterative detectors and multiple receive antenna arrays. Through extensive computer simulation, we demonstrate that the following four combinations are good solutions: a single-antenna receiver with an iterative PIC detector initialized by the MF and with 3 iterations, a two-antenna receiver with MMSE-MUD or an iterative PIC detector initialized by the MF and with 2 iterations, and a four-antenna receiver with a simple MF detector. Therefore, non-iterative detectors can be used with multiple receive antenna arrays to substitute complicated iterative detectors and it is a promising solution for the 4G up-link MC-CDMA systems where multiple receive antennas are available. In this paper, we have also considered pilot-aided channel estimation with weighted delay profile technique and investigated the impact of channel estimation error on different systems

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Vehicular Technology Conference, 2006. VTC 2006-Spring. IEEE 63rd  (Volume:5 )

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7-10 May 2006

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