For Full-Text PDF, please login, if you are a member of IEICE,|
or go to Pay Per View on menu list, if you are a nonmember of IEICE.
Cancellation Moderating Factor Control for DS-CDMA Non-linear Interference Canceller with Antenna Diversity Reception
Kazuto YANO Shoichi HIROSE Susumu YOSHIDA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2005/07/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Multi-dimensional Mobile Information Networks)
Category: Wireless Communication Technology
variable spreading factor DS-CDMA, multistage MAI canceller, cancellation moderating factor, antenna diversity, interference suppression,
Full Text: PDF>>
In a CDMA non-linear interference canceller, a generated replica of an interference signal is multiplied by a positive number smaller than unity, which is called cancellation moderating factor (CMF), to prevent interference enhancement due to inaccurate replica subtraction. In this paper, two CMF controlling schemes applicable to a multistage parallel interference canceller with multi-antenna (spatial diversity) reception are proposed. They control CMF by using the mean square error of the complex channel gain or by using the ratio of the estimated power of each interference signal to remaining interference signals' power, in order to mitigate the replica subtraction error due to inaccurate channel estimation. The performance of the proposed schemes are evaluated by computer simulations assuming an asynchronous uplink single chip-rate variable spreading factor DS-CDMA system. The simulation results show that the proposed schemes with higher order diversity reception improve the bit error rate (BER) performance compared with a conventional scheme considering the tentative decision error or fixed CMF settings. Their performance improvement is by 0.1-0.9 dB in terms of the required Eb/N0 at an average BER of 10-5 over exponentially decaying 5-path Rayleigh distributed channels when the number of receiving antennas is 6.