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Single- and Multi-Carrier DS-CDMA: Multi-User Detection, Space-Time Spreading, Synchronisation, Networking and Standards




Single- and Multi-Carrier DS-CDMA: Multi-User Detection, Space-Time Spreading, Synchronisation, Networking and Standards

Lajos Hanzo, Lie-Liang Yang, Ee-Lin Kuan, Kai Yen

ISBN: 978-0-470-86309-1 August 2003 Wiley-IEEE Press 1104 Pages


This volume is dedicated to a range of CDMA and MC-CDMA transmission aspects of systems designed for communicating over fading wireless channels.

Currently, a technical in-depth book on this subject, which has a similar detailed exposure of the recent advances in CDMA, M-ary CDMA and MC-CDMA, is unavailable.  A further attraction of the joint treatment of these topics is that it allows the reader to view their design trade-offs in a comparative context.

Divided into five main parts:

Part I: provides a detailed introduction to the subject of CDMA systems designed for employment in various application

Part II: deals with the currently hot topic of genetic algorithm assisted multiuser detection

Part III: gives a detailed account of new, reduced-complexity M-ary CDMA schemes

Part IV: considers a range of novel MC-CDMA schemes which have the potential of supporting numerous design objectives

Part V: provides an overview of the 3G wireless system proposals and characterises the expected network capacity gains attained with the aid of adaptive CDMA systems

By providing an all-encompassing self-contained treatment this groundbreaking volume will have appeal to researchers, postgraduate students, academics practising research and development engineers working for wireless communications and computer networking companies, as well as senior undergraduate students and technical managers in the field.

About the Authors.

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1. Introduction To Intelligent Broadband Wireless Transceivers.

I: Multi-User Detection for Adaptive Single-Carrier CDMA.

List of Symbols in Part I.

2. CDMA Overview.

3. Joint Detection of CDMA Signals.

4. Adaptive-Rate Detection Aided CDMA.

5. Adaptive-Rate Interference Cancellation Assisted CDMA.

6. Iterative PIC Using Turbo Codes, LDPC Codes, TCM and TTCM.

7. Blind Per-Survivor Processing-Aided CDMA.

8. Space-Time Spreading Aided Single-Carrier Wideband CDMA.

II: Genetic Algorithm Assisted Multiuser Detection.

List of Symbols in Part II.

9. Overview of Genetic Algorithms used for Multi-user Detection.

10. GA-Assisted Multi-user Detection for Synchronous CDMA.

11. Joint GA-Assisted Channel Estimation and Symbol Detection.

12. GA-Assisted, Antenna Diversity-Aided Multi-user Detection.

13. GA-Assisted Multi-user Detection for Asynchronous CDMA.

14. GA Assisted Multi-user Detection for MC-CDMA.

III: M-ary Single-Carrier CDMA.

15. Non-Coherent M-ary Orthogonal Modulation in CDMA.

16. RS Coded Non-Coherent M-ary Orthogonal Modulation in CDMA.

17. Residue Number System Arithmetic.

18. Redundant Residue Number System Coded M-ary DS-CDMA.

IV: Multi-Carrier CDMA.

19. Overview of Multicarrier CDMA.

20. Space-Time Spreading-Assisted Broadband Multicarrier DS-CDMA.

21. Initial Synchronization of DS-CDMA and MC-CDMA Systems.

V: Standards and Networking.

22. Third-Generation CDMA Systems.

23. Adaptive DS-CDMA Networking Using VSFs and Beamforming.

24. Book Summary and Conclusions.

A: Appendix to Chapter 15.

B: Appendix to Chapter 16.

C: Appendix to Chapter 18.

D: Appendix to Chapter 21.



Subject Index.

Author Index.

"This book is particularly recommended for libraries in academia and industry that support programs or research in communications." (E-Streams, Vol. 7, No. 6)