Parallel Interference Cancellation (parallel + interference_cancellation)

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Selected Abstracts


Parallel interference cancellation in DS-CDMA optical networks using bias compensation

EUROPEAN TRANSACTIONS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS, Issue 6 2009
A. Okassa-M'foubat
A receiver based on the parallel cancellation of multiple access interference by bias compensation is considered here for a direct sequence unipolar optical code division multiple access (DS-OCDMA) system. It relies on the estimation of interferences from undesired users, the regeneration of interfering signals at the output of first canceller stage and their substraction from the received signal after amplification by a bias compensation factor in the second stage. The performance of such a technique is analysed in a synchronous network using orthogonal optical codes and the results are compared with those for different types of conventional receivers. Copyright 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. [source]


Performance analysis of a generic system model for uncoded IDMA using serial and parallel interference cancellation,

EUROPEAN TRANSACTIONS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS, Issue 5 2008
Oliver Nagy
This paper shows how to accurately describe a fully synchronised interleave division multiple access (IDMA) scheme without channel coding by a matrix model. This model allows the derivation of the optimal detector and provides additional insights into the IDMA principle, and we show that the matrices are structured and sparse. We use BER and EXIT charts to study the performance of parallel and serial interference cancellation schemes and demonstrate that the latter converges faster and is independent of the scrambling code. Any bit interleaved DS-CDMA system can be viewed as a special case of IDMA, and an IDMA receiver can therefore be used to detect DS-CDMA signals. Copyright 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. [source]


Multiuser detection techniques with decision statistics combining for layered space-time coded CDMA systems

EUROPEAN TRANSACTIONS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS, Issue 4 2006
Slavica Marinkovic
This paper considers a low-complexity iterative multiuser detection/decoding algorithm in single user layered space-time coded (LST) systems and LST coded code division multiple access (CDMA) systems. We concentrate on the iterative multiuser receiver based on parallel interference cancellation (PIC) and compare it to the iterative PIC with the minimum means square error (MMSE) detection, as these two approaches seem to be most efficient in meeting the performance-complexity trade-off required by practical systems. In iterative PIC structures, a decision statistics bias severely limits the system performance for a large number of multiple access (MA) or multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) interferers. A decision statistics combining (DSC) method, originally proposed for iterative PIC receivers in CDMA systems, is used to minimize the bias effect in space-time coded systems for iterative PIC receivers. Significant performance improvements have been confirmed with the iterative PIC receiver with DSC (PIC-DSC) relative to the standard iterative PIC receivers in LST systems for both flat and frequency selective fading channels. This advantage is retained in layered coded CDMA systems as well. The proposed iterative PIC-DSC detector approaches the performance of the much more complex iterative PIC-MMSE receiver. Copyright 2006 AEIT. [source]


Selective partial PIC for wireless CDMA communications

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, Issue 6 2003
Filippo Belloni
Abstract This paper deals with a cancellation multiuser detector for CDMA communication systems. The proposed receiver, defined as selective partial parallel interference cancellation (SP-PIC), is supposed to be used at the end of an up-link channel characterized by multipath fading phenomena. The SP-PIC main feature is to perform a weighted selective cancellation of the co-channel interfering signals according to the received power level. With respect to other approaches, the proposed detector exhibits an improved bit error rate (BER) and a low computational complexity, linear with the number of users. Copyright 2003 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. [source]