Thomas Grundler

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Recently, an analytical expression for the mean bit error probability of a binary modulated signal has been derived for a receiver performing maximum ratio combining of correlated diversity branches based on imperfect channel state information. We extend these results to the general case of colored additive noise. Furthermore, an alternative solution is(More)
An analytical evaluation of the performance in terms of detection probability and mean detection time of a noncoherent detector at the base station is presented for a wideband CDMA system, where the mobile terminal transmits a pilot signal in the form of bursts of modulated chips, which are transmitted periodically and separated by long silent intervals.(More)
Abstract— Two different power-scaled noncoherent detection schemes are analyzed and compared in terms of detection probability and mean detection time in the uplink of a wideband CDMA system, where the mobile terminal transmits a pilot signal in the form of bursts of modulated chips, which are transmitted periodically and separated by long silent intervals.(More)
Two different power-scaled noncoherent detection schemes are analyzed and compared in terms of detection probability and mean detection time in the uplink of a wideband CDMA system, where the mobile terminal transmits a pilot signal in the form of bursts of modulated chips, which are transmitted periodically and separated by long silent intervals. Both(More)
In this paper a Rake finger grid structure for direct-sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) systems is analyzed as an alternative to the conventional Rake structure using individual fingers with timingand phasor tracking. The grid uses a group of equispaced Rake fingers in the delay domain. Each of the Rake fingers uses linear minimum(More)
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