TECHNOLOGICAL BASIS OF “INDUSTRY 4.0”
Improvement of signal quality in CDMA systems on the basis of analysis of correlation properties of pseudo-random sequences
The article presents a continuation of researches in the field of improvement of signal quality in data transmission systems with code division multiple access (CDMA). It is discussed the correlation properties of pseudo-random sequences (PRS) used in the formation of noise-like signals in CDMA systems. The analysis, carried out in MATLAB environment, showed that correlation properties of the Walsh functions derivatives, used for generating PRS, have much better correlation characteristics than the original Walsh functions. Besides, these properties depend on the type of generating function of Walsh functions derivatives. It was justified the advantage of using these signals in the development of CDMA systems in order to improve the signal quality.