Design and Performance Analysis of Multiuser CPM With Single User Detection
Journal article, 2016

This paper focuses on the design and performance analysis of single user detectable multiuser systems based upon continuous phase modulation. This problem is formulated as a special application of mismatched receiver theory, where a closed-form expression for achievable Euclidean distance can be derived. This expression inspires the constructions of two classes of spectrally efficient multiuser designs: nonorthogonal and orthogonal designs. They are both confirmed to offer strong robustness against nonlinear hardware impairment in downlink and uplink transmissions, but differ in spectral efficiency, complexity and achievable minimum Euclidean distance. Moreover, the proposed designs are able to reduce the convergence threshold in serially concatenated multiuser systems. As a general approach to constructing orthogonal and near-orthogonal signals, the proposed techniques find potential applications in multiantenna systems, and full-duplex communications. Compared with existing continuous phase modulated multiuser designs, the proposed techniques offer improved spectral efficiency and significantly reduced detection complexity.

sccpm

Continuous phase modulation

decomposition

nonorthogonal multiple access

spectral analysis

continuous-phase modulation

systems

multiple-access

convergence analysis

codes

channels

Telecommunications

Engineering

multiuser detection

Author

L. Bing

Xidian University

Tor Aulin

Chalmers, Computer Science and Engineering (Chalmers), Computer Engineering (Chalmers)

B. M. Bai

Xidian University

H. L. Zhang

Xidian University

IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications

1536-1276 (ISSN)

Vol. 15 6 4032-4044 7415998

Subject Categories

Telecommunications

DOI

10.1109/twc.2016.2533378

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