By David A. Marca (auth.), Joaquim Filipe, Mohammad S. Obaidat (eds.)
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Obviously, in contrast to the chip level space-time coding considered here, all existing space-time coding schemes, such as space-time block coding (STBC), space-time trellis coding (STTC), and space-time differential coding (STDC), are bit level space-time coding schemes, whose inter-antenna orthogonality is very vulnerable under multipath interference and multi-user environment, due to the fact that the orthogonality amongst different antennas will be easily destroyed by MI and MAI. On the other hand, the chip level space-time coding embedded in the three-dimensional spreading maintains a perfect orthogonality even under severe MI and MAI.
1 Introduction The futuristic wireless communication systems have been the agenda of discussions as the deployment of the 3G systems has been ready around the world. It has been suggested that the futuristic wireless systems should offer short- to moderate-range communications at a data rate exceeding 1 Gbps. Even for the long-range services, such as mobile cellular, the futuristic wireless systems should also support a data rate above 100 Mbps. This poses a great challenge for us to design a suitable multiple access technologies to support the services offered by futuristic wireless communication systems.
Journal of Operations & Production Management 20(10) (2000) 91. : Towards Automated Service Trading. In: Proc. ICE-B 2006 (2006) 92. : Internet-Based Embedded System Architectures. In: Proc. ICE-B 2006 (2006) 93. : B2C Virtual Communities: Typology & Associated Benefits. In: Proc. ICE-B 2006 (2006) 94. : Digital Rights Management in the Mobile Environment. In: Proc. ICE-B 2006 (2006) 95. : ETE: a Customizable Approach to Measuring End-to-End Response Times and their Components in Distributed Systems.
e-Business and Telecommunications: International Conference, ICETE 2008, Porto, Portugal, July 26-29, 2008, Revised Selected Papers by David A. Marca (auth.), Joaquim Filipe, Mohammad S. Obaidat (eds.)