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Antenna Arrays for Wireless CDMA Communication Systems

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dc.contributor.author Madyastha, Raghu
dc.creator Madyastha, Raghu
dc.date.accessioned 2007-10-31T00:52:06Z
dc.date.available 2007-10-31T00:52:06Z
dc.date.issued 1997-05-20
dc.date.submitted 2002-03-21
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1911/20071
dc.description PhD Thesis
dc.description.abstract The estimation of code delays along with amplitudes and phases of different users constitutes the first stage in the demodulation process in a CDMA communication system. The delay estimation stage is termed the acquisition stage and forms the bottleneck for the detection of users' bitstreams; accurate detection necessitates accurate acquisition. Most existing schemes incorporate a single sensor at the receiver, which leads to an inherent limit in the acquisition based capacity, which is the number of users that can be simultaneously acquired. In this thesis we combine the benefits of spatial processing in the form of an antenna array at the receiver along with code diversity to gain an increase in the capacity of the system. An additional parameter to be estimated now is the direction of arrival (DOA) of each user. We demonstrate the gains in parameter estimation with the incorporation of spatial diversity. We propose two classes of delay-DOA estimation algorithms - a maximum likelihood algorithm and a subspace based algorithm (MUSIC). With reasonable assumptions on the system we are able to derive computationally efficient estimation algorithms and demonstrate the gains achieved in exploiting multiple sensors at the receiver. In addition, we also investigate the benefits of spatial diversity in linear multiuser detection. We consider two linear multiuser detectors, the decorrelating detector and the linear MMSE detector (chosen for their near-far properties) and characterize the performance increase in the multisensor case. We observe that in many cases, the gain can be directly captured in terms of the number of sensors in the array.
dc.description.sponsorship Texas Instruments
dc.description.sponsorship Nokia
dc.description.sponsorship National Science Foundation
dc.subject Antenna Array
CDMA
Multiple Antennas
Channel Estimation
dc.title Antenna Arrays for Wireless CDMA Communication Systems
dc.type PhD Thesis
dc.citation.bibtexName phdthesis
dc.citation.journalTitle Ph.D. Thesis
dc.date.modified 2003-07-12
dc.contributor.center Center for Multimedia Communications (http://cmc.rice.edu/)
dc.subject.keyword Antenna Array
CDMA
Multiple Antennas
Channel Estimation
dc.identifier.citation R. Madyastha, "Antenna Arrays for Wireless CDMA Communication Systems," Ph.D. Thesis, 1997.

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