Analysis of CDMA systems that are characterized by eigenvalue spectrumK. Takeda1, S. Uda2 and Y. Kabashima1
1 Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science Tokyo Institute of Technology - Yokohama 2268502, Japan
2 The Institute of Japanese Union Scientists & Enginners 5-10-11 Sendagaya, Shibuyaku, Tokyo 1510051, Japan
received 11 July 2006; accepted in final form 19 October 2006
published online 16 November 2006
An approach to analyze the performance of the code division multiple access (CDMA) scheme, which is a core technology used in modern wireless communication systems, is provided. The approach characterizes the objective system by the eigenvalue spectrum of a cross-correlation matrix composed of signature sequences used in CDMA communication, which enable us to handle a wider class of CDMA systems beyond the basic model reported by Tanaka in Europhys. Lett., 54 (2001) 540. The utility of the scheme is shown by analyzing a system in which the generation of signature sequences is designed for enhancing the orthogonality.
84.40.Ua - Telecommunications: signal transmission and processing; communication satellites.
75.10.Nr - Spin-glass and other random models.
89.70.+c - Information theory and communication theory.
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