## Parallel Interference Cancellation for CDMA Systems (1995)

Venue: | In 33rd Annual Allterton Conference on Communications, Control and Computing |

Citations: | 12 - 0 self |

### BibTeX

@INPROCEEDINGS{Ghazi-moghadam95parallelinterference,

author = {Vafa Ghazi-moghadam and Laurie B. Nelson and Mostafa Kaveh},

title = {Parallel Interference Cancellation for CDMA Systems},

booktitle = {In 33rd Annual Allterton Conference on Communications, Control and Computing},

year = {1995},

pages = {216--224}

}

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### Abstract

This paper presents analysis of a multistage parallel interference canceller receiver for a synchronous multiuser CDMA system. At every stage, new estimates of the multiple access interference are formed from infinitely soft decisions for the users' data. These new estimates are then used to cancel multiple access interference and form new decision statistics for the users' data. We show that in limit, when the number of stages increases infinitely, this receiver has the performance of a decorrelating detector. For an arbitrary finite number of stages, closed form expressions for the probability of error and the asymptotic multiuser efficiency of this receiver are presented and evaluated for performance comparisons with the conventional and decorrelating detectors. 1 Introduction The design of CDMA receivers has received increasing attention in the recent years. A major limiting factor for the performance of the conventional CDMA receiver is the near-far effect. Formally proposed CDM...

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