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We investigated the suppression of multiuser interference in uplink multicarrier CDMA systems using the minimum mean squared error combining (MMSEC) method. In MMSEC, many pilot symbols are required to converge the weight vectors, and if we use just a few pilot symbols, the performance cannot be improved very much. We therefore developed a method for calculating weight vectors for MMSEC that uses just a few pilot symbols. The impulse responses of all users are first estimated using the pilot symbols in the time domain and modulated by a discrete Fourier transform. Next, the correlation matrices and correlation vectors are estimated from the impulse responses and the spreading codes of all users. Finally, the weight vectors that are obtained from the correlation matrices and correlation vectors are multiplied by the received signal to suppress the multiuser interference. The results of computer simulations indicated that the bit-error-ratio performance obtained using this method was better than that obtained when using the conventional fading compensation scheme or when using conventional MMSEC with the recursive least squares algorithm.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals Vol.E85-A No.10 pp.2256-2262

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- 2002/10/01

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- Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Information Theory and Its Applications)

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- Spread Spectrum Technologies and Applications

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Chihiro FUJITA, Yoshitaka HARA, Yukiyoshi KAMIO, "Multiuser Interference Suppression in Uplink Multicarrier CDMA Systems" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals,
vol. E85-A, no. 10, pp. 2256-2262, October 2002, doi: .

Abstract: We investigated the suppression of multiuser interference in uplink multicarrier CDMA systems using the minimum mean squared error combining (MMSEC) method. In MMSEC, many pilot symbols are required to converge the weight vectors, and if we use just a few pilot symbols, the performance cannot be improved very much. We therefore developed a method for calculating weight vectors for MMSEC that uses just a few pilot symbols. The impulse responses of all users are first estimated using the pilot symbols in the time domain and modulated by a discrete Fourier transform. Next, the correlation matrices and correlation vectors are estimated from the impulse responses and the spreading codes of all users. Finally, the weight vectors that are obtained from the correlation matrices and correlation vectors are multiplied by the received signal to suppress the multiuser interference. The results of computer simulations indicated that the bit-error-ratio performance obtained using this method was better than that obtained when using the conventional fading compensation scheme or when using conventional MMSEC with the recursive least squares algorithm.

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