Study of the Interference Rejection Based on ATF in DSSS
Hunan Information College, School of Electronic Engineering, 410200 Changsha, China
2 Hunan University, College of Information Science and Engineering, 410082 Changsha, China
a Corresponding author: Pinghua Zhang, firstname.lastname@example.org
A novel, adaptive time-frequency interference rejection for suppressing the interference in Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum communication systems is studied in this paper. For a time-localized interference, excision is performed in the time domain. When a frequency domain excision is decided, an adaptive sub-band transform is employed. The most proper sub-spectral split is defined according to the spectrum of the received signal. This joint treatment of time and frequency domains overcomes the performance limitations of the fixed transform-based excision algorithms. The paper presents the performance evaluation of the rejection technique via the analytical and computer simulation tools. It is found that the analytical performance tools match up with the computer simulation results. It is also shown that the proposed adaptive time-frequency interference rejection consistently outperforms the existing interference excision techniques in the literature.
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