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Systolic OMF-RAKE: Linear Interference Canceller Utilizing Systolic Array for Mobile Communications
Thet Htun KHINE Kazuhiko FUKAWA Hiroshi SUZUKI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2005/05/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Wireless Communication Technologies
DS-CDMA, blind linear-interference-canceller, RAKE, QR-RLS, systolic array,
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As a blind linear-interference-canceller for DS-CDMA mobile communications, the orthogonal matched filter (OMF) minimizes the power of the output while maintaining constant power of the desired signal in the output. This paper studies the extension of OMF to an RAKE receiver (OMF-RAKE), which adaptively controls the steering vectors that determine the constraint. It also applies the QR-RLS algorithm to estimate the OMF-RAKE parameters and investigates a hardware implementation that employs a systolic array. Computer simulations show that OMF-RAKE with the QR-RLS algorithm and the systolic array structure can reduce the computational complexity to about a half that of the conventional RLS-type algorithm without degrading the BER.