Multiuser Detection using IDMA Scheme in UWB Home Environment

  title={Multiuser Detection using IDMA Scheme in UWB Home Environment},
  author={Vishal Shukla and Manoj Shukla and Tanuja Pande},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
to inherent advantages of high speed transmission, immunity towards multipath and low cost, ultra wide band (UWB) has become the key technology for the next generation of wireless communication systems. This paper addresses the performance of Interleave Design Multiple Access scheme (IDMA), in absence of any narrow band interference. Simulations are performed using channel sounding of the 2-8 GHz band collected in the residential scenario and characterized by high level of multipath components… 
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