Performance Evaluation of Band-Limited Baseband Synchronous CDMA Using Orthogonal ICA Sequences


IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences   Vol.E93-A    No.3    pp.577-582
Publication Date: 2010/03/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1337
DOI: 10.1587/transfun.E93.A.577
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Nonlinear Problems
independent component analysis (ICA),  chaos,  code division multiple access (CDMA),  spreading sequence,  band-limited signals,  

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Performance of band-limited baseband synchronous CDMA using orthogonal Independent Component Analysis (ICA) spreading sequences is investigated. The orthogonal ICA sequences have an orthogonality condition in a synchronous CDMA like the Walsh-Hadamard sequences. Furthermore, these have useful correlation properties like the Gold sequences. These sequences are obtained easily by using the ICA which is one of the brain-style signal processing algorithms. In this study, the ICA is used not as a separator for received signal but as a generator of spreading sequences. The performance of the band-limited synchronous CDMA using the orthogonal ICA sequences is compared with the one using the Walsh-Hadamard sequences. For limiting bandwidth, a Root Raised Cosine filter (RRC) is used. We investigate means and variances of correlation outputs after passing the RRC filter and the Bit Error Rates (BERs) of the system in additive white Gaussian noise channel by numerical simulations. It is found that the BER in the band-limited system using the orthogonal ICA sequences is much lower than the one using the Walsh-Hadamard sequences statistically.