DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272706100037
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Classes of minimax bi-phase signals based on perfect binary arrays

Michael I. Mazurkov, V. Ya. Chechelnytskyi, M. Yu. Gerasimenko

Abstract


Based on the full class of perfect binary arrays of the order N = 8 and of the volume J = 688128, an ensemble of minimax bi-phase signals of the length n = N2 = 64, with their correlation parameter Rmin max= 6, is set up. It is established that the correlation properties of normal systems (64×64) of bi-phase signals based on perfect binary arrays are best from the viewpoint of minimax criterion, as compared with known derived Walsh–Hadamard systems used in the CDMA standard technologies.

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