Novel approach with superresolution and path frequency dependence for channel modeling and application in CDMA cellular system

Robert C. Qiu, I-Tai Lu

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Abstract

We study the multipath propagation effects of cellular communication channels. In particular, the frequency dependency of multipath arrivals is characterized using a novel superresolution technique, named the SVD Eigen-Matrix Pencil Method, to provide physical insight of the path 'history'. The conventional broadband model is extended to include the frequency dependence of individual rays which can be used to classify the ray arrivals and to provide physical insight of the channel. This approach may be crucial to the analysis and design of broadband CDMA systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationElectro International, Conference Proceedings
PublisherIEEE
Pages209-214
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 1996
EventProceedings of the ELECTRO'96 - Somerset, NJ, USA
Duration: Apr 30 1996May 2 1996

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OtherProceedings of the ELECTRO'96
CitySomerset, NJ, USA
Period4/30/965/2/96

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Cellular radio systems
Multipath propagation
Singular value decomposition
Code division multiple access

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Novel approach with superresolution and path frequency dependence for channel modeling and application in CDMA cellular system. / Qiu, Robert C.; Lu, I-Tai.

Electro International, Conference Proceedings. IEEE, 1996. p. 209-214.

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Qiu, RC & Lu, I-T 1996, Novel approach with superresolution and path frequency dependence for channel modeling and application in CDMA cellular system. in Electro International, Conference Proceedings. IEEE, pp. 209-214, Proceedings of the ELECTRO'96, Somerset, NJ, USA, 4/30/96.
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