Total outage capacity of randomly-spread coded-CDMA with linear multiuser receivers over multipath fading channels

Ertug, O
Sayrac, B
Baykal, Buyurman
Yucel, MD
We address in this paper the derivation and analysis of the outage spectral efficiencies achievable with linear multiuser receivers over randomly-spread multipath fading time-varying coded-CDMA channels. The basis of the derivations is the use of non-asymptotic average eigenvalue densities of random cross-correlation matrices. The analysis give important clues on the achievable capacity with linear multiuser receivers under non-ergodic transmission situations.


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O. Ertug, B. Sayrac, B. Baykal, and M. Yucel, “Total outage capacity of randomly-spread coded-CDMA with linear multiuser receivers over multipath fading channels,” 2003, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: