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On the detection of bandlimited direct-sequence spread-spectrum signals transmitted via fading multipath channels

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2 Author(s)
Hagmanns, F.J. ; Projektgruppe Mobilfunk, ANT Nachrichtentech. GmbH, Backnang, Germany ; Hespelt, V.

Recent investigations suggest bandlimited direct-sequence spread-spectrum transmission for use in CDMA mobile radio systems. In this paper, transmission systems with signal bandwidths not exceeding the chip rate are considered. First, the optimum noncoherent single-user receiver and various suboptimum approximations thereof are derived. These receivers utilize the fact that the received signals can be sampled at chip rate. This results in receiver concepts, which are well suited for fully digital implementations. Then, it is shown that the main result on the structure of the optimum single-user receiver is directly applicable to optimum noncoherent multiuser joint detection and interference cancellation. In this paper, noncoherent detection is considered. By this, we mean that only the channel statistics and not the channel itself is known to the receiver. It is shown that due to this less restrictive assumption, more powerful channel coding and interleaving schemes can be employed

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 5 )