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|Title:||Iterative Detection in Code-Division Multiple-Access with Error Control Coding|
|Authors:||Alexander, P.D. |
|Citation:||Alexander, P.D.,Grant, A.J.,Reed, M.C. (1998-09). Iterative Detection in Code-Division Multiple-Access with Error Control Coding. European Transactions on Telecommunications 9 (5) : 419-425. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A code-division multiple-access system with channel coding may be viewed as a serially-concatenated coded system. In this paper we propose a low complexity method for decoding the resulting inner code (due to the spreading sequence), which allows iterative (turbo) decoding of the serially-concatenated code pair. The per-bit complexity of the proposed decoder increases only linearly with the number of users. Performance within a fraction of a dB of the single user bound for heavily loaded asynchronous CDMA is shown both by simulation and analytically.|
|Source Title:||European Transactions on Telecommunications|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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