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Block level architecture of OFDM-IDMA system for the kth user

Uncoded integrated interleave division multiple access systems in presence of power interleavers

Manish Yadav, Vinod Shokeen, Pramod Kumar Singhal

Abstract


Interleaving is one of the most common methods known to eradicate the effects of multiple user interference. Removal of different interferences is one of the major challenges for advanced communication system designers. Several methods of interleaving have been proposed in literature and their performances have been analyzed on different communication systems to prove their worthiness in multiple user interference removal. One of such interleavers is power interleaver, which can be employed in communication systems as a means to control burst errors and reduce the multiple user interference. In this paper, performances of two different integrated interleave division multiple access (IIDMA) techniques i.e. SCFDM-IDMA and OFDM-IDMA have been analyzed. Novelty of this work is in the sense that the entire analysis has been performed in the presence of power interleavers for the above two IIDMA techniques as the conventional IDMA fails to mitigate the problems of inter-carrier and inter-symbol interferences. Hence, the two techniques in presence of power interleavers empower the idea of quality communication without any interference for future generation communication systems.

Keywords


OFDM; IDMA; interleaver; interleave division multiple access; power interleaver; orthogonal frequency division multiplexing

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