On the Optimal Sequences and Total Weighted Square Correlation of Synchronous CDMA Systems in Multipath Channels

Texas Univ., San Antonio
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (Impact Factor: 1.98). 08/2007; 56(4):2063 - 2072. DOI: 10.1109/TVT.2007.897235
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We generalize the total square correlation and the total weighted square correlation (TWSC) for a given signature set used in synchronous code division multiple access (S-CDMA) systems. We define the extended TWSC measure for multipath channels in the presence and the absence of the colored noise. The main results of this paper are the following: 1, the necessary and sufficient conditions of the received Gram matrix to maximize the sum capacity in the presence of multipath; 2, the conditions on the channel such that the received multipath sequences in the presence of the colored noise are Welch bound equality (WBE) sequences; 3, a decentralized method for obtaining generalized WBE sequences that minimize the TWSC in the presence of multipath and colored noise. Using this method, the optimal sequences, which achieve sum capacity for overloaded S-CDMA systems, in the presence of multipath are obtained. Numerical examples that illustrate the mathematical formalism are also included.

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    • "For asynchronous CDMA systems, Mow found that the maximum worst-case signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is achieved if and only if the WBE sequences form a complementary sequence [25], [21]. Since then, a lot of works have been concerned on the WBE sequences [26]-[30]. In [31], Liu and Guan have shown that the Levenshtein bound can be met with equality by the weighted-correlation complementary sequences. "
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    • "However , if the users are located in signal spaces, which are orthogonal to each other, then that number of users, which are experiencing higher interference, cannot have a higher contribution to the total interference in the system. This statement was proved in the context of CDMA systems in [16]. "
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    • "In the theoretical context of TSC optimized signature sets that are real (or complex) valued, one may consider the early work of Welch [1] followed by representative works in [2]-[13]. Findings in [1]-[13] constitute only pertinent performance bounds for digital communication systems with digital signatures . Recently, new bounds on the TSC of binary signature sets were presented [14] that led to minimum-TSC optimal binary signature set designs for almost all 1 signature lengths and set sizes [14]-[16]. "
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