By Carl R. Nassar, Bala Natarajan, Zhiqiang Wu, David A. Wiegandt, S. Alireza Zekavat, Visit Amazon's Steve Shattil Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Steve Shattil,
Multi-carrier applied sciences have emerged as very important tools in telecommunications. OFDM is within the leading edge, with its adoption by means of the IEEE 802.11 criteria committee and the ecu HYPERLAN criteria crew. Following OFDM, MC-CDMA is additionally demonstrating massive promise in comparison to competing applied sciences. in response to the authors, those applied sciences are only the start within the coming multi-carrier revolution.
In Multi-Carrier applied sciences for instant Communication, the authors clarify how a standard multi-carrier platform is being designed for DS-CDMA, TDMA, OFDM and MC-CDMA structures. Findings are awarded which convey how this multi-carrier platform complements community means and chance of errors performance.Specific effects contain (1) innovation in multi-carrier applied sciences which are permitting them to develop into an essential component of TDMA and DS-CDMA structures; and (2) the layout of multi-carrier structures to beat PAPR difficulties (in, e.g., OFDM).
Multi-Carrier applied sciences for instant Communication is a vital ebook for engineers who paintings with DS-CDMA, TDMA, OFDM, or MC-CDMA structures, and are seeking for new methods of exploiting the instant medium in keeping with a "smarter" sign processing.
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564-569  Zhiqiang Wu, Balasubramaniam Natarajan , Carl R. Nassar “High-Performance, High- Capacity MC-CDMA via Carrier Interferometry”, The 12th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communication, San Diego, Sep 30-Oct 3, 2001  D. A. Wiegandt and C. R. Nassar, “High performance OFDM via carrier interferometry,” accepted for presentation at 3Gwireless’01 IEEE International Conference on Third Generation Wireless and Beyond.  D. A. Wiegandt and C. R. Nassar, “High-throughput, High-performance OFDM via pseudo-orthogonal carrier interferometry coding,” IEEE PIMRC 2001 IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communication.
Shattil, M. Michelini, Z. Wu “High-Performance MC-CDMA via carrier interferometry codes”, accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.  Carl R Nassar, Bala Natarajan, and Steve Shattil, “Introduction of carrier interference to spread spectrum multiple access ,” IEEE Emerging Technologies Symposium, Dallas, Texas, 12-13 Apr 1999.  B. Natarajan, C. R. Nassar, and V. Chandrasekhar, “Generation of correlated Rayleigh fading envelopes for spread spectrum applications,” IEEE Communications Letters, Vol.
Employing MMSEC in CI/MC-CDMA results in the decision variable (see Appendix 3C) 52 where to is a known constant for a given K and carrier i and corresponds It is important to note that, by constructing a receiver that processes the signal in the frequency domain rather than in the time domain, we circumvent the need for sub chip synchronism. 5. 4. 5 presents the average bit error rate (BER) versus number of users for carriers and Results are presented for a frequency selective Rayleigh fading channel with (supporting diversity over the entire bandwidth).
Multi-Carrier Technologies for Wireless Communication by Carl R. Nassar, Bala Natarajan, Zhiqiang Wu, David A. Wiegandt, S. Alireza Zekavat, Visit Amazon's Steve Shattil Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Steve Shattil,