Multiple-Access via Turbo Joint Equalization

@article{Moon2012MultipleAccessVT,
  title={Multiple-Access via Turbo Joint Equalization},
  author={Todd K. Moon and Jacob H. Gunther},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={3001-3010}
}
This paper develops a receiver for a multiple access scenario obtained by simply overlaying transmitted signals from different users, with (essentially) the same carrier, same modulation format, etc., without the benefit of conventional multiple access signaling. A joint a posteriori probability detector is derived for co-received signals. The receiver structure follows the familiar general model for turbo processing, employing a soft-in-soft-out joint detector followed by error correction… CONTINUE READING

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