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Reduced complexity serial interference cancellation for CDMA receivers

Reduced complexity serial interference cancellation for CDMA receivers

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A method to significantly reduce the computational complexity of a serial interference cancellation scheme for CDMA receivers, while maintaining the receiver performance, is presented. The reduced complexity is achieved by accelerating the convergence rate of the algorithm with a preconditioning technique.

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