THE RESEARCH OF A NEW MULTIUSER DETECTION SCHEME COMBINING DECORRELATING DETECTOR AND PARTIAL PARALLEL INTERFERENCE CANCELLER
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AbstractThe decorrelating detector can afford good data estimates because it does not need to know many parameters of the received signal. However, it shows great performance deprivation when the background noise is high. On the other hand, partial parallel interference canceller(PPIC) has the potential to combat the near-far problem and have much lower computation complexity. But its performance depends on the initial data estimate. An improved PPIC scheme is proposed in this paper to combat the near-far problem. It utilizes the advantages of the two detectors by combining them. The focus of this paper is on the BER performance and the near-far resistance capability of the proposed scheme. Computer simulations demonstrate that the proposed detector has good BER performance and near-far resistance capability.
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