Performance Bounds on Spread Spectrum Multiple Access Communication Systems.
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES DEPT OF SYSTEM SCIENCE
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Several approaches for the evaluation of upper and lower bounds on error probability of spread spectrum multiple access communication systems are presented. These bounds are obtained by utilizing an isomorphism theorem in the theory of moment spaces. From this theorem, we generate closed, compact, and convex bodies where one of the coordinates represents error probability, while the other coordinate represents a generalized moment of the multiple access interference random variable. Derivations for the second moment, fourth moment, single exponential moment, and multiple exponential moment are given in terms of the partial cross correlations of the codes used in the system. Author
- Numerical Mathematics
- Non-Radio Communications