International Journal of Broadband Cellular Communication

ISSN: 2455-8532

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Special Issue

Usage of direct sequence CDMA in the analysis of mobile radio systems

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

A code sequence is multiplied by the user data signal in direct sequence spread spectrum transmission. The most common sequences are binary ones. The “chip time” refers to the length of a code element. The spread factor is the ratio of the chip time to the user symbol time. The transmit signal takes up a bandwidth equal to the user data bandwidth multiplied by the spread factor. For mobile radio communications, a code-division multiple-access strategy is proposed that needs a smaller set of code sequences—one that is far smaller than the number of users in the system. To take advantage of the high time resolution and prevent fading effects through multipath diversity reception, direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling is used. The received signal is once more multiplied by the same (synchronized) code in the receiver. This action gets rid of the code. The Near-Far effect is a major challenge in Direct Sequence transmission. The cross-correlation between the codes of the reference user and the interferer reduces the incoming interference power when multiple users are engaged. The interference components may not be properly attenuated by the despreading method if the interferer is closer to the receiver than the reference user. The main purpose of the spread-spectrum modulation technology known as direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) is to lessen overall signal interference. The transmitted signal has greater bandwidth than the information bandwidth thanks to direct-sequence modulation. The information bandwidth is restored and the amount of accidental and intentional interference is significantly decreased after the despreading or elimination of the direct-sequence modulation in the receiver.


Mobile communication, Spread spectrum communication, Signal resolution, Fading, Performance analysis, Error analysis, Direct-sequence CDMA mobile radio system, Code sequences, Direct-sequence spread-spectrum signaling, High-time resolution & fading effects

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