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Joint domain localized adaptive processing in CDMA systems.

Rebecca Yuen Man Wong

Joint domain localized adaptive processing in CDMA systems.

by Rebecca Yuen Man Wong

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An effective approach to increase system capacity is to integrate beamforming (spatial processing) and multiuser detection (temporal processing). However, it is impractical due to the high computational costs. The first part of the thesis introduces the Joint Domain Localized (JDL) adaptive processing which processes spatial and temporal data within a localized region. This new processor is developed for single-cell uplink CDMA systems with multiple receive antennas. The simulations show that this approach is more effective than other reduced-rank schemes in suppressing interference at significantly lower computational costs and faster convergence rate in terms of the number of training symbols. With short training sequences, it even outperforms the fully optimal filter. The second part of this thesis introduces a variant of the JDL processor that combines JDL processing and the zero forcing technique (JDL-Z) for multi-cell uplink CDMA systems which achieves better performance and faster convergence rate than the JDL processor.

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Download Citation | Joint domain localized adaptive processing for CDMA systems | An effective approach to increase system capacity would be combining space division multiple access (SDMA) with   Joint Domain Localized Adaptive Processing with Zero Forcing for Multi-Cell CDMA Systems Rebecca Y.

Wong, Raviraj Adve Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto 10 King’s College Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 3G4 Abstract—An integrated beamforming (spatial processing) and~rsadve/Publications/Rebecca_Globecompdf.

This paper introduces a practical Joint Domain Localized (JDL) adaptive processing algorithm for uplink CDMA sys-tems that has extremely low computational load and fast convergence rate in terms required training symbols.

The algorithm builds on an efficient joint domain technique de-veloped for radar systems [3], [4]. The algorithm adaptively~rsadve/Publications/ Joint domain localized adaptive processing with zero forcing for multi-cell CDMA systems Conference Paper January with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'   The joint domain localized (JDL) processing adaptive algorithm significantly speeds up space-time adaptive processing by working within a localized processing region in the angle–Doppler domain.

The two-dimensional data collected in space and time domains are transformed to the angle–Doppler domain using the spatial and temporal steering Limited by the quantity of qualified training samples, the performance of the generally used clutter-suppression method, space–time adaptive processing (STAP) degrades in shipborne HFSWR.

To deal with this problem, an innovative training sample acquisition method is proposed, in the area of joint domain localized (JDL) reduced-rank ://   [C9] R.

Wong and R.S. Adve, "Joint domain localized adaptive processing for multi-cell CDMA systems", IEEE Globecom, Dallas, TX, December [C8] E.

Beres and R.S. Adve, "Blind channel estimation for orthogonal STBC in MISO systems", ~rsadve/ A method for selecting auxiliary channels in reduced-dimension space-time adaptive processing (STAP) is proposed for airborne multiple-input multiple-output radar. The auxiliary channel selection of the proposed approach is data dependent.

Based on maximum cross-correlation energy metric, the significance of each spatial-Doppler channel is evaluated, and the auxiliary channels are selected   Joint spatial-temporal adaptive signal processing for wireless communications. T his project developed an approach with low computation load combining spatial and temporal processing in uplink CDMA systems.

The algorithm is based on the joint domain localized (JDL) processing algorithm designed for radar systems. An especially interesting ~rsadve/ The six-volume set LNCS,and constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Medical Image Abstract: The Joint Domain Localized (JDL) Space-Time Adaptive Processing (STAP) algorithm is a relatively effective beam-Doppler domain method when there is no array element error, which is implemented in a Localized Processing Region (LPR) formed by using the spatial and temporal steering vectors.

However, when there are array element errors   Adaptive Signal Processing. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Vol17, Issue 3.

Adaptive techniques for multiuser CDMA receivers. Ramon Nitzberg, Radar Signal Processing And Adaptive System. Published. Simon Haykin, Adaptive Radar  › 百度文库 › 高校与高等教育.

Book. Jan ; S. Haykin Joint domain localized adaptive processing with zero forcing for multi-cell CDMA systems The IS CDMA system uses a 1/3 convolutional encoder and an This new joint-domain-localized (JDL) adaptive algorithm is developed for single-cell uplink code-division multiple-access (CDMA) systems with a receive-antenna :// Ogunfunmi T and Paul T () Analysis of Convergence of a Frequency-Domain LMS Adaptive Filter Implemented as a Multi-Stage Adaptive Filter, Journal of Signal Processing Systems,(), Online publication date: 1-Sep The authors previously proposed joint domain localized (JDL) processing which achieves significantly lower computational cost and a faster convergence rate in terms of [Show full abstract Tung T and Yao K () Optimum Downlink Power Control of a DS-CDMA System via Convex Programming, Journal of VLSI Signal Processing Systems,(), Online publication date: 1-Jan Chatterjee M, Mandyam G and Das S () Joint Reliability of Medium Access Control and Radio Link Protocol in 3G CDMA Systems, IEEE Transactions on Rugini L and Banelli P () Joint impact of frequency synchronization errors and intermodulation distortion on the performance of multicarrier DS-CDMA systems, EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing,(), Online publication date: 1-Jan Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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