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Intelligent Automation, Inc.
15400 Calhoun Drive, Suite 400, Rockville, MD, -
AbstractCurrent wireless communication hardware is optimized to receive signals from a single user, and does not have provisions to decode signals from multiple users (both cooperative and non-cooperative) simultaneously. Processing signals from multiple users simultaneously requires development of new hardware, resulting in increased cost and complexity. In order to reduce the cost of implementing multi-user receivers, we propose the idea of modifying existing conventional receiver structures so that it is possible to decode information from multiple sources. This will result in a product that can be easily adopted into current wireless communication systems with little cost overhead.
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