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Title: Interleaver design based on linear congruences for IDMA systems
Authors: Luo, Zhifeng
Wong, Albert K. S.
Qiu, Shuisheng
Keywords: Interleave division multiple access
Linear congruences
Parallel permutation mechanism
Issue Date: Apr-2009
Citation: Proceedings IEEE 10th Annual Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference, (WAMICON 2009), 20-21 April 2009, Clearwater, FL, USA
Abstract: Criteria for a good interleaver design for IDMA include low memory requirement, easy generation, low correlation among interleavers, and low overhead for synchronization between user and base station. A novel interleaver design based on linear congruences for IDMA systems is proposed in this paper. The design requires the storage of only a small number of parameters and the transmission of a small number of bits for synchronization. Users and base stations can derive the interleavers from the identification numbers for different users independently and simultaneously. A parallel permutation mechanism is proposed for reducing the generation time of interleavers. Simulation results show that our interleaver design has better performance than the pseudo random interleaver design for IDMA.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1783.1/6995
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