Performance improvement of a generalized Coherence Multiplex System
Meijerink, A. (2001) Performance improvement of a generalized Coherence Multiplex System. In: IEEE Region 8 EUROCON'2001, International Conference on Trends in Communications (pp. XXXII-XXXV).
|Abstract:||Usually a coherence multiplexing system uses delay-filters at the transmitter and receiver to perform the code. An extension to other filter types is described. Using a continuous source the SNR is
proportional to the square of the inverse of the number of simultaneous users. A further extension is made by using a pulsed source and by replacing the filters by banks of filters. Each element of each filter bank also comprizes a unique delay. In that case the SNR can be made proportional to the inverse of the number of users, so that more users can be handled simultaneously.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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