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Advanced CDMA for Wireless Communications

  • Markku Juntti
  • Savo Glisic
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Abstract

Within this paper some selected topics currently being subject of extensive research for applications in future code-division multiple-access (CDMA) networks are reviewed. The presentation focuses on capacity aspects of advanced CDMA systems utilizing multiuser receivers. A comprehensive review of the multiuser demodulation theory and techiques is presented. Special emphasis is on optimal, suboptimal linear equalizer type and interference cancellation multiuser receivers. Future trends in practical system development are also discussed.

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Fading Channel Interference Cancellation Multiuser Detection CDMA System Successive Interference Cancellation 
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