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A Genetic Algorithm-Assisted Semi-Adaptive MMSE Multi-User Detection for MC-CDMA Mobile Communication Systems

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5 Author(s)
Claudio Sacchi ; University of Trento, Dept. of Information and Communication Technology (DIT), Trento, Italy, sacchi@dit.unitn.it ; Leandro D'Orazio ; Massimo Donelli ; Riccardo Fedrizzi
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In this work, a novel minimum-mean squared-error (MMSE) multi-user detector is proposed for MC-CDMA transmission systems working over mobile radio channels characterized by time-varying multipath fading. The proposed MUD algorithm is based on a genetic algorithm (GA)-assisted per-carrier MMSE criterion. The GA block works in two successive steps: a training-aided step aimed at computing the optimal receiver weights using a very short training sequence, and a decision-directed step aimed at dynamically updating the weights vector during a channel coherence period. Numerical results evidenced BER performances almost coincident with ones yielded by ideal MMSE-MUD based on the perfect knowledge of channel impulse response. The proposed GA-assisted MMSE-MUD outperforms state-of-the-art adaptive MMSE receivers based on deterministic gradient algorithms, especially for high number of users

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2006 IEEE 17th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications

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11-14 Sept. 2006