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A new type of a linear decorrelating receiver, named Pseudo-Decorrelator, for asynchronous code division multiple access systems over a Rayleigh fading multipath channel is presented in this paper. Starting with the analyis of the multiple access components of the decision statistics, the outputs of a bank of matched filters, the (*K* *K*) cross-correlation matrix for each bit is obtained. The non-square cross-correlation matrix is then inverted using the concept of Penrose's generalized inverse of a matrix. In this receiver, the detection process can be started before the whole sequence is received at the receiver, and computing the inverse of a (*KN* *KN*) cross-correlation matrix, generally required for linear decorrelating receivers, can be avoided because it is enough to compute only the generalized inverse of a (*K* *K*) cross-correlation matrix for each data bit. Here, *K* is the number of users and *N* is the length of input data sequence. Simulation results are also presented for *K*-user systems over a Rayleigh fading multipath channel.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications Vol.E82-B No.5 pp.721-730

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- 1999/05/25

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- Radio Communication

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Joong-Hoo PARK, William H. TRANTER, "Pseudo-Decorrelating Multiuser Receivers for Asynchronous Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Systems in a Rayleigh Fading Environment" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications,
vol. E82-B, no. 5, pp. 721-730, May 1999, doi: .

Abstract: A new type of a linear decorrelating receiver, named Pseudo-Decorrelator, for asynchronous code division multiple access systems over a Rayleigh fading multipath channel is presented in this paper. Starting with the analyis of the multiple access components of the decision statistics, the outputs of a bank of matched filters, the (*K* *K*) cross-correlation matrix for each bit is obtained. The non-square cross-correlation matrix is then inverted using the concept of Penrose's generalized inverse of a matrix. In this receiver, the detection process can be started before the whole sequence is received at the receiver, and computing the inverse of a (*KN* *KN*) cross-correlation matrix, generally required for linear decorrelating receivers, can be avoided because it is enough to compute only the generalized inverse of a (*K* *K*) cross-correlation matrix for each data bit. Here, *K* is the number of users and *N* is the length of input data sequence. Simulation results are also presented for *K*-user systems over a Rayleigh fading multipath channel.

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