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—Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is an important index for wireless communications. In CDMA systems, spreading sequences are utilized. This series of papers show the method to derive spreading sequences as the solutions of the non-linear programming: maximize SNR. In this paper, we consider a frequency-selective wide-sense-stationary uncorrelated-scattering… (More)

—Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is an important index for wireless communications. There are many methods for increasing SNR. In CDMA systems, spreading sequences are used. We consider the frequency-selective wide-sense-stationary uncorrelated-scattering (WSSUS) channel and evaluate the worst case of SNR. We construct the non-linear programing for maximizing… (More)

—Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is an important index for wireless communications. In CDMA systems, spreading sequences are utilized. This series of papers show the method to derive spreading sequences as the solutions of non-linear programming: maximize SNR. In this paper, we derive the optimization problems with the expression SNR derived in Part I and the… (More)

—Recently, the new spreading sequence obtained by the Weyl sequence is proposed for CDMA systems. Its cross-correlation function follows O(1 N), where N is the code length of the spreading sequence. In this paper, we optimize the Weyl sequence code design to assign to each user for CDMA systems and we analytically calculate its theoretical SIR (Signal to… (More)

- Hirofumi Tsuda, Ken Umeno
- 2016

—Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is an important index for wireless communications. There are many methods for increasing SNR. In CDMA systems, spreading sequences are used. To increase SNR, we have to improve spreading sequences. In classical approaches, the expression of SNR is not differentiable in terms of the parameter of the spreading sequences even in no… (More)

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