Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Information Theory and Communications Workshop (Cat. No. 99EX253)
DOI: 10.1109/itcom.1999.781394
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“…We consider the case when the target SIRs are all equal. We find from (15) that the maximum common target SIR that is feasible for the single-cell decorrelating and D-DF receivers is upper bounded by 10.84 and 12.86, respectively. We first choose a common target SIR of 8, which is well within the allowed limits for both the receivers.…”
Section: Examplementioning
confidence: 98%
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“…We consider the case when the target SIRs are all equal. We find from (15) that the maximum common target SIR that is feasible for the single-cell decorrelating and D-DF receivers is upper bounded by 10.84 and 12.86, respectively. We first choose a common target SIR of 8, which is well within the allowed limits for both the receivers.…”
Section: Examplementioning
confidence: 98%
“…We consider the uplink of a cellular network [15] in which there are base stations and active users with users assigned to base . For simplicity of presentation, we assume 0090-6778/02$17.00 © 2002 IEEE that each base employs a common set of matched filters (MFs) matched to orthonormal basis functions that span the entire signal space.…”
Section: System Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…We consider a cellular network model of [16] in which there are base stations and active users with users assigned to base . For simplicity of presentation, we assume that each base employs a common set of matched filters matched to orthonormal basis functions that span the entire signal space.…”
Section: System Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We consider a cellular network [5] in which there are base stations and à active users with à users assigned to base . Base employs a set of AE matched filters matched to orthonormal basis functions of a carefully chosen signal subspace that must include the signals received from the users within its cell.…”
Section: Introduction and System Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%