Wei, Chun-Yi and Hanzo, Lajos
Irregular Generic Detection Aided Iterative Downlink SDMA Systems.
In, IEEE VTC'08 (Spring), Marina Bay, Singapore,
11 - 14 May 2008.
Abstract—When an iterative-decoding aided system is configured to operate at a near-capacity performance, an excessive complexity may be imposed by the iterative process. In this paper, we propose the novel framework of generic detection, which invokes appropriately amalgamated multiple detectors. Hence the proposed Irregular Generic Detection (IrGD) algorithm may reduce the complexity of iterative detectors. We show in the context of an iterative Down-Link (DL) Space Division Multiple Access (SDMA) system that the proposed IrGD may indeed reduce the complexity of the iterative receiver. The IrGD aided DL-SDMA system detects the appropriate fractions of the received bitstream with the aid of different detectors. This allows us to match the Extrinsic Information Transfer (EXIT) curve of the detector to that of the channel decoder, hence facilitating a near-capacity operation, which reducing the detection complexity by about 28% compared to a powerful near-Maximum-Likelihood (ML) sphere detector benchmark system.
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