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Title: Receiving device and channel estimator for use in a CDMA communication system
Authors: SUGIMOTO, HIROKI
LIM, TENG JOON 
RASMUSSEN, LARS 
CHEAH, KOK LEONG 
SUN, SUMEI 
MATSUMOTO, YOSHIHIRO
OYAMA, TAKASHI
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2003
Source: SUGIMOTO, HIROKI,LIM, TENG JOON,RASMUSSEN, LARS,CHEAH, KOK LEONG,SUN, SUMEI,MATSUMOTO, YOSHIHIRO,OYAMA, TAKASHI (2003-12-09). Receiving device and channel estimator for use in a CDMA communication system. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: At a base station 2, a CDMA received signal coming in through an antenna 4 is fed to a radio frequency unit (RFU) or high frequency unit 6. The RFU 6 demodulates a baseband signal BB from a signal RF and delivers the signal BB to an analog-to-digital converter (A/D) 8. The resulting digital signal output from the A/D 8 is input to a hybrid interference canceller (HIC) 12 as a received signal Rx Data 10. The HIC 12 divides users into two groups and assigns one combination of a parallel interference canceller and a serial interference canceller to each group. The HIC 12 cancels interference contained in the received signal Rx Data 10 for thereby estimating symbols particular to a plurality of users.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/32661
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