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Channel estimationusing a pilot channelhone was proposed, for example, in [76-781, where a channelis dedicated solely for the purpose of estimating the multipath channel attenuations and delays. In order to prevent the pilot channd from interfering with the data channel, the pilot channel must either be allocated to a dedicated portion of the spectrum or share the spectrum withthe data channel,but a spectral notch has to be createdfor accommodating the pilot. The former techniqueis known as the pilot tone-above-band (TAB) regime, while the latter is referred to as the transparent tone-in-band (TTIB) technique [76], both of which have been usedin conventional single-carrier modems [12]. However, CDMA is more amenable employing the TAB or TTIB techniques their to and various derivatives, since the pilot signal can be transmitted in the same frequency band as the data signal by invoking orthogonal or quasi-orthogonal spreading codes. Hence,pilot the signal is treated as part of the MAI, and no notchfiltering or additional pilot frequency band is required. In some 2G mobile systems, such the IS-95 system this method is used on the as downlink but not on the uplink. This is because: it would be inefficient to have every mobile station transmitting their own pilot channel. In 3G mobile systems,however, it was proposed [81]that a separate dedicated user control channel be transmitted simultaneously with the information channel, which could also be used as an alternative to the pilot channel - an issue to be elaborated on at a later stage. Suffice to say here that the main advantage of pilot-channel based channel estimation that is since the pilot channel is always present, the channel coefficients can be continuously estimated for every datasymbol s demodulation. Hence,it is particularly useful for channels that are highly time-variant. The block diagram of the channel estimator is shown in Figure 1.13, where r ( t ) is the received signal and a ( t ) is the spreading code. Assume the known bit-stream is acontinthat uous sequenceof binary 1 S, then
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