A blind technique for adaptive signal suppression in multipath DS-CDMA communication channels for the downlink is considered. Its performance is degraded when mismatch problem occurs when multipath components arrive with fractional-chip delays. In order to surmount this problem, Multiple Finger Expansion Optimal Filter (MFE-OF) was recently proposed to estimate the received desired signal subspace using fractionally delayed despreading fingers. However, MFE-OF requires much computational complexity for good performance. In this paper, a modification to the MFE-OF is introduced by utilizing decision-directed steering vector to reduce the number of fingers required by MFE-OF down to that of the conventional OMF-RAKE without much performance degradation. This modified receiver is called Decision-Directed Optimal Filter (DDOF). Computer simulation validates the effectiveness of the new receiver to increase the downlink capacity of DS-CDMA systems.
|Number of pages
|IEICE Transactions on Communications
|Published - 2000
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Computer Networks and Communications
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering