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Performance Analysis of PAPR in MC-CDMA


Using Golay Code

Luan Yingzi Li Jiandoiig


Information Science Institute Information Science Institute
Xidian University Xidian University
Xi'an.China Xi'an,China
luanyz@pub.xaon line.Com j d l i@pcn.xidian,edu.cn

.4h,~rwcl-A main disadvantage of multicarrier modulatioii is compare the BER(bit error rate) performance of these two
that it erhihits a high peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR). This schemes.
paper analyzes the PAPR complementary cumulative The content i s as following: the second section is the
disrributiun function of MC-CDMA signal by using Golay code detail complementation o f the M C - C D M A transceiver and the
BS spreading code. which is compared with that of Walsh-
definition of the peak-to-average complementary cumulative
Hadmard code, and the performances of two systems in
niultipath channel are analyzed. Simulation results show that the function. The third section i s the general introduction o f Golay
uplink PAPR of MC-CDMA system using Golay code a s code. The fourth section is the simulation results. And the fifth
spreading code is reduced 3dB and there is no performance i s the conclusion.
lost compared with that using WH code.
11. MODELOF MULTIUSER MC-CDMA
K ~ v , , ~ o n l . ~ -IWC-CDMA; peuk-tu-overage mtiu(PAPR);
co,,tple,rrwrrrirl.v ciiiiiululive distribiirioii fiirrctio~~(CCDF ): Coluy A. MC-CDMA Irnnsceiver
code: IVtI codc; r n u l l i ~ d clro,znc/
t
First the data stream o f BPSK signal is serialiparallel to
M groups. then performing the frequency spreading o f gain N:
1. IN'IIIOVIJCTION
Through the NM length IFFT; (see Fig.1). then forming tlie
The iiiore and inore important role that the multimedia following symbol:
arid computet- cominunication acts as iii today's world inakes
tlie wireless mobile recearch face i i e w challenges. The great
iiced for liigh speed transportation pi-omotes the exploration o f k=O
iiiulticari-icr inodularion.
MC-CDMA is tit-st proposed in the PIMRC'93 held in .
where C ,,,,k , , = b,,,,ko,ahl,ia
,,. i i s the index o f the IFFT
JAPAN. It combines OFDM and C D M A . M C - C D M A signal block,; = 0, ..., m,w i s the user number, n is the time domain
can be conveniently transceived with IFFT(FFT). without discrete sample, k i s the subcarrier number, k=I ....,NM. NM
increasing tlie complexity o f transceiver. It achieves high
i s the length of IFFT, b,,,,ko6M,j
i s the transmitted data bit o f
sprctriiiii efficiency due to overlapping. I t s coding scheme.
PAI'K. synchronization and the receiver design have gained a the ill' IFFT block of the w"'user. k%M is the residue of k
Ibt o f research. This paper focuses on the PAPR problem of that i s divided by M, representing the group number o f the
MC-CDMA.. transmitted data,a,b,,k i s the spread chip o f the w"' user in the
There is a broad research on how to decrease the PAPR
of iiiulticarrier signal. It includes the following methods: k'" subcarrier. It is Golay code, the length o f which is NM, A,
coding""]. phasing offset'", clipping"], partial transmit is the transmit amplitude of the w'" user. When the PAPR
ssquence'" and selected 'napping, pre-distortion etc. Past problem is in research, we must consider oversampling-factor.
researcli iiiostly considers OFDM scheme. Here we focus on paper[h]indicates that oversampling factor equals 4(p=4) is
MC-CDMA system. enough.
MC-CDMA lias high bandwidth efficiency, but at the Hence the I D F T o f length pNM is:
same riiiie the uplink PAPR o f WH inulticarrier signal is very
high. thus inakes WH code M C - C D M A difficult to be
eliiployed in practical application. While the good /;=0
performance o f Golay code used in O F D M attracts our n=O,l,pNM-l (2)
iiotilication. This promotes us consider to use it as the In wireless channel model. there are lnore than one path
spi-eading code o f MC-CDMA. This paper analyzes the PAPR from the transmitter to the receiver. The time delay and
of Gola! code MC-CDMA and WH code MC-CDMA, and propagation factor of different paths are generally time-

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varying in inobile environment. If we suppose that the channel Fc (x) = 1- Pr( PAPR < x) (6)
is detei-mined by its delay power profile. in the band-limited
case. time-varying multipath channel can be expressed by
lime-varying parameter and fixed finger delay line. Here we
suppose that the RMS(Root Mean Square) delay spread T, is 111. GENERATING GOI.AY COMPLEMENTARY CODE
smaller than or equal to guard interval. A pair of sequences({A},{B)), {A}={a, ,n=I,...N}.
Because in MC-CDMA system the broadband i s divided B={b,,,n=I, ...N } .ifthey satisfy the following condition:
iiiin imany narrow subcarriers. the frequency selective channel
is converted into flat channel o f subcarrier. In addition the
coliei-ence time i s inucli larger than IFFT block interval, the
channel propagation i s also slow. The path gain and phase of ({a,,],{bi,}) are called Golay complementary sequences pair.
each subcarrier in a IFFT block interval[O, NMTy](T, is the one of them is called Golay complementary sequence.
sampling interval) is constant(This i s the key hypothesis), The basic property of complementary sequences can be
expressed with the aid of the aperiodic autocorrelation
which is written as cc ,,., and 8,r,,, a ,,,, is the Rayleigh functions o f the code pair members. The code pair members
distributed random variable. is uniformly distributed in { A } and {B} of length N have auto-correlation function
sidelobes with opposite polarity so that they cancel out when
[0.2n]. tlieii- change speed is detei-mined by the maximum they are summed. This is expressed by the relation
Doppler frequency.
T h e channel impulse response is:

where S(k) i s the unit-impulse function at the origin


and k{lkl 5 N - 1) is the discrete delay variable. The length
where c = I/ i e - ' ' '
i d
' . r, is the delay o f the /'I' path. it can be
o f a complementary sequence inust be expressible as a sum of,
supposed as integer times of the discrete samples. L+I is the at most, twosquares, i.e.2,4,8,I0,16,18,20,26,32,34,36,40.50
wliole number o f delay paths, r is the exponential decay factor. etc. A n exhaustive computer search was performed in order to
For uplink channel. the initial delays o f different user find all the basic complementary code pairs up to the length o f
rI are dil'ferent. For downlink channel, h,,,.i(n)is independent 26.These basic code pairs are usually called Kerne1s"l. Only
four kernels that satisfy the complementary propeny were
on 11'. The detector diagram i s as F i g 2 For downlink and found are listed below (there existed two kernels for the code
uplink channel. we employ different detection scheme. Two- length o f IO):
stage DEC-PIC (Decorrelaling-Parallel Interference { K h } = I I,{ K2b)=IO,
cancellation) multiuser detection is used in the uplink { K l n a ) I = ~ n n ~ n , ~ n oOb]
o ~,=~nnoo,on~
.{~~ in
cIianiieI"'I. (see Fig.3), one-stage MMSEC detection is used in {Kina}z=ninin,nnoi IJKI ob}2=nnooi.ooi O I
d~iwnlink. {K26a}=n1nn1,l0lll,101n1,11lnn,ll ini,o,
N cunnr/otive distrihuiion funcfion of
The c~~mp1e~7ienrurj~ ~~~~~~=~n~in,ninon,n~~ii.~iion.i~~~
P.4PR Starting from the basic kernel it is also possible to
synthesize longer sequences than these basic ones which were
1-lie definition of Peak-to-average-power ratio (PAPR) of
found. I n the concatenation method, the elements a and b of
multicarrier signal s%\.;(n)is:
the code pair (A,B) members are appended as follows to create
a new pair (C,D) of sequences o f length 2N:

llie above equation is inore suitable to the uplink. but for


downlink. due to the superposition of inany users, so PAPR i s where * denotes the complementation o f a bit. In the
written as: interleaving method, the elements of the code pair(A.B)
members are interleaved instead o f appended:

* *
{F}=ulbl u2h2 ... u N b N *
The complementary cumulative distribution function
(CCDF 1 ot'l'APR is: The methods described can be applied repeatedly as
Imany times as necessary to increase the sequence length. It i s

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also possible to perform code inodification for synthesized V. CONCLUSION


i c e The complementary propeity is preserved
s c c ~ ~ ~ e ~pairs. I t is a good method to use Colay code as spreading code
dui-ing code modification as well as during code synthesis. in M C - C D M A system, it can reduce the high PAPR o f W H
'llie allowed modification are: time reversal of code{A} ,time code MC-CDMA uplink signal from 12dB to 9dB. and having
i-evei-sal of code{B).time reversal o f both codes, no BER performance degradation.
conipleineiiration of.even bils of both codes. complementation
o f odd bits of both codes. complementation of code(A),
c~iiiplemeiitation of code {E}. complementation of both
ACtiN0WLI:DCiMtN.r
codes. atid exchange ofcode(A} with code{B}.
Shapiro and Rudin construct a kind o f sequence, This work was supported by the China 863
bclon$ing to the subset of Colay complementary sequence, program(2001AA12303 I) and TRAPOYT(the Teaching and
h i - sliort. is called S-R sequence, this sequence has all the
Research Award Program for Outstanding Young Teachers in
properties as Golay code. and it is easy to coristruct181.in the Higher Education Institutions of MOE. People's Republic o f
China).
simulation. we used this kind ofcode.

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Fig. 2 The inth subblock multiuser DEC-PIC detection diagram

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Fig. 4 Comparison of PAPR CCDF o f t w o systems using Golay code and WH code in the uplink and downlink.

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Fig. 5 BER performance comparison of two systems in the uplink and downlink

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