Nonstationary interference excision in spread spectrum communications using projection filtering methods
A new nonstationary interference excision technique in direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) communication is introduced. This technique is based on the notion that both the additive noise and the DSSS signal cover the entire time-frequency (t-f) domain, whereas the jammer occupies a small t-f regi...
|Authors:||G. Mandapati, Moeness Amin|
|Conference Location:||Pacific Grove, CA|
|Conference Dates:||Nov 1 - Nov 4, 1998|
|Proceedings Title:||Thirty-Second Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers|