Electrical Engineering, Physics
Analytical expressions for the probability density function of block-wise signal-to-noise-plus-interference ratio for both synchronous and asynchronous direct-sequence spread spectrum code-division multiple access systems are developed, for equal average energy signals on the Gaussian and Rayleigh flat fading channels. Using the standard Gaussian approximation for multi-user interference, accurate density approximations are obtained, which agree very well with computer simulation results.
Postprint version. Published in IEEE Transactions on Communications, Volume 57, Issue 6, 2009, pages 1628-1633.
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Matolak, D. (2009). Probability density functions for SNIR in DS-CDMA. IEEE Transactions on Communications, 57(6), 1628-1633.
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