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Performance Analysis of Rayleigh Fading and Cochannel Interference in Wireless Communication
Final technical rept. Apr 1997-Dec 1999
NEW JERSEY INST OF TECH NEWARK
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This report summarizes work on several topics related with the application of space-time processing to wireless communications 1 performance of adaptive arrays for wireless communications over fading channels in the presence of cochannel interference, particularly the case when the number of interference sources exceeds the array degrees of freedom, 2 derivation of exact bit error probability for the detection of coherent binary PSK signals of the optimum combiner employing space diversity when both the desired signal and a Gaussian co-channel interferer are subject to flat Rayleigh fading, 3 the application of adaptive arrays to relax power control requirements in CDMA communications, 4 the application of reduced-rank methods for improving wireless communication links in the presence of unknown interference. The work provides a better understanding and contributes new algorithms for the application of space-time to wireless communications.
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