A blind projection receiver for coded CDMA systems
ABSTRACT This paper presents a blind adaptive CDMA receiver that requires no knowledge of the spreading codes, the delays, and the energy of the received signals associated with the interfering users. Our receiver is based on linear interference cancellation and adaptive interference signal subspace tracking. It has error control coding embedded in the detector structure and employs “branch processing” to detect the bit stream. Simulation results demonstrating that the receiver suffers negligible performance loss over systems with complete knowledge of the interfering users are presented in the paper.
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Mo, S., Schlegel, C., & Mathews, V. J. (1999). A blind projection receiver for coded CDMA systems. IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, Signal Processing, 2519-22. March.
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