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Noncoherent Multiuser Chirp Spread Spectrum: Performance with Doppler and Asynchronism

by   Nozhan Hosseini, et al.

In this paper, we investigate multi user chirp spread spectrum with noncoherent detection as a continuation of our work on coherent detection in [1]. We derive the analytical bit error ratio (BER) expression for binary chirp spread spectrum (BCSS) in the presence of multiple access interference (MAI) caused by correlation with other user signals because of either asynchronism or Doppler shifts, or both, and validate with simulations. To achieve this we analyze the signal cross correlations, and compare traditional linear chirps with our recently-proposed nonlinear chirps introduced in [1] and with other nonlinear chirps from the literature. In doing so we illustrate the superior performance of our new nonlinear chirp designs in these practical conditions, for the noncoherent counterpart of [1].


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