Turbo receiver for MIMO-CDMA systems employing parity bit selected and permutation spreading

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Title: Turbo receiver for MIMO-CDMA systems employing parity bit selected and permutation spreading
Authors: Mirzaee, Alireza
D’Amours, Claude
Date: 2013-11-15
Abstract: Abstract In this paper, a turbo receiver for MIMO-CDMA systems employing parity bit selected and permutation spreading is proposed. In such systems, spreading codes used by transmit antennas are dependent on the transmitted data. In the proposed system, convolutional coding is used as an outer code, while the parity bit selected scheme is used as the inner code. Detection and decoding are performed iteratively for each detected bit. When parity bit selected spreading is used, the parity bits generated by a linear block encoder are used to select a spreading code from a set of orthogonal spreading sequences. The selected spreading code is then used to spread the signals in all transmit antennas. In contrast, in permutation spreading, a permutation of orthogonal spreading sequences is used in each transmit antenna. In the proposed receiver, soft information passes between the detector and the decoder on multiple iterations. Detection is performed using the received signal from all receive antennas in combination with the extrinsic likelihood provided by a SISO decoder. The turbo receiver is further extended to a multiple user system, where the MAI is estimated in each iteration and subtracted out from the received signal. Simulations show a significant improvement in BER when a turbo receiver is used in these systems.
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1687-1499-2013-266
http://hdl.handle.net/10393/33979
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