Handset Algorithms & Architectures for Blind Channel Estimation & Detection

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Title: Handset Algorithms & Architectures for Blind Channel Estimation & Detection
Author: Livingston, Frank
Type: Report
xmlui.Rice_ECE.Keywords: C5410; TDMA; CDMA; blind channel estimation detection
Citation: F. Livingston, "Handset Algorithms & Architectures for Blind Channel Estimation & Detection," ELEC 599 Project Report, 2000.
Abstract: Multiple access is an important consideration in the design and implementation of wireless communications systems. Code division multiple access (CDMA) is one method for providing multiple access in a wireless system. In CDMA, each user is assigned a unique code that identifies the user to the system. This code is used to modulate and demodulate the userâ s data. CDMA has several advantages over other more traditional multiple access methods like frequency-division multiple access (FDMA) and time-division multiple access (TDMA), one of the most important being its inherent noise-rejection capability. Because of its advantages over other multiple access methods, CDMA is being designed into many current and next-generation wireless systems.
Date Published: 2000-05-20

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