MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 283, 2019The 2nd Franco-Chinese Acoustic Conference (FCAC 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Ultrasounds, Signal Processing, and NDT/E|
|Published online||28 June 2019|
Method of MAI cancellation in asynchronous underwater acoustic CDMA system
Science and Technology on Sonar Laboratory, Hangzhou Applied Acoustic Research Institute, Hangzhou, P. R. China
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In the underwater passive positioning systems (UPPS), it involves a key technology of multi-user communication that the beacons synchronously send positioning messages to the targets. Interferences from other users, referred to multi-access interferences (MAIs), can induce significant bit errors for the desired user. In this paper, we designed an underwater acoustic Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) system using the coded cyclic shift key (CCSK) modulation, and proposed a hybrid MAI cancellation scheme based on cyclic shift inverse matrix transform (CSIMT) and recursive least square (RLS) in the CDMA system. The hybrid scheme can suppress MAI better than RLS or CSIMT, and meets the requirements of strong stability to support reliable transmission for UPPS. The CSIMT interference cancellation performs well under the far-near effects, which doesn’t depend on the accuracy of the estimation of transmitted data, and the strong MAI can be reduced by transformation of the zero-forcing correlation values using m sequence cyclic shift inverse matrix. The RLS interference cancellation is used to mitigate MAI form the detected users with comparable power, by using the estimated the channel impulse response between the receiver and the detected users, and the regenerated signal of detected users form decoder output, which allows of strong error-correcting codes, and it’s robust in an asynchronous environment. The theoretical analysis and experimental result show that the hybrid MAI cancellation scheme can effectively suppress MAI better. The shallow water sea trial was carried out near Dalian Tiger Beach Ocean Park in China, at a distance of about 5 km, the data rates of 100bps, where three users could communicate asynchronously with low failure ratio and can match the UPPS application.
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