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AMOUR-generalized multicarrier transceivers for blind CDMA regardless of multipath

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4 Author(s)
G. B. Giannakis ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis, MN, USA ; Z. Wang ; A. Scaglione ; S. Barbarossa

Suppression of multiuser interference (MUI) and mitigation of multipath effects constitute major challenges in the design of third-generation wireless mobile systems. Most wide-band and multicarrier uplink code-division multiple-access (CDMA) schemes suppress MUI statistically in the presence of unknown multipath. For fading resistance, they all rely on transmit- or receive-diversity and multichannel equalization based on bandwidth-consuming training sequences or self-recovering techniques at the receiver end. Either way, they impose restrictive and difficult to check conditions on the finite-impulse response channel nulls. Relying on block-symbol spreading, we design a mutually-orthogonal usercode-receiver (AMOUR) system for quasi-synchronous blind CDMA that eliminates MUI deterministically and mitigates fading regardless of the unknown multipath and the adopted signal constellation. AMOUR converts a multiuser CDMA system into parallel single-user systems regardless of multipath and guarantees identifiability of users' symbols without restrictive conditions on channel nulls in both blind and nonblind setups. An alternative AMOUR design called Vandermonde-Lagrange AMOUR is derived to add flexibility in the code assignment procedure. Analytic evaluation and preliminary simulations reveal the generality, flexibility, and superior performance of AMOUR over competing alternatives

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IEEE Transactions on Communications  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 12 )