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Experiments on Decision Feedback Type Coherent Adaptive Antenna Array Diversity Receiver in W-CDMA Reverse Link
Shinya TANAKA Hidekazu TAOKA Taisuke IHARA Mamoru SAWAHASHI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2001/07/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Adaptive Array Antenna Techniques for Advanced Wireless Communications)
Category: Application to CDMA
DS-CDMA, adaptive antenna array, interference suppression, decision feedback data,
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This paper proposes a receiver antenna weight-updating algorithm using I/Q-code multiplexed pilot and decision feedback data symbols after channel decoding for both reference signal generation of the mean squared error (MSE) calculation and channel estimation (also for Rake combining) in the coherent adaptive antenna array diversity (CAAAD) receiver and investigates its performance, in order to decrease further the transmit power of a mobie station, thereby increasing system capacity in the wideband direct sequence code division multiple access (W-CDMA) reverse link. Experimental results show that the required transmit Eb/N0 for the average BER of 10-3 with the CAAAD receiver using pilot and decision feedback data symbols after channel decoding both for reference signal generation and for channel estimation can be decreased by approximately 0.8 dB compared to when using only pilot symbols with convolutional coding or turbo coding, when the ratio of the target Eb/I0 for fast transmit power control of the desired to interfering users is Δ Eb/I0 = -12 dB. The results also elucidate that the required transmit Eb/N0 at the average BER of 10-6 with turbo coding using the proposed decision feedback antenna weight-updating and channel estimation is smaller by approximately 0.5 dB than that using convolutional coding when the channel interleaving length is 20 msec for Δ Eb/I0 = -12 dB.