On the ideality of cross-correlation properties for concurrent use of (N2, N2, 2Nx2N) and (N2, N2, NxN) of complete complementary codes

Invention of Complete Complementary Codes (CCC) attracts researchers’ attention thanks to their unique ideal correlation properties. Published construction algorithms limit the number of generated codes in signature number, thus in maximal number of possible concurrent transmissions.

Aiming to overcome this limitation, several design approaches were proposed. One of recently researched is analyzing concurrent use of CCCs based on different generating algorithms. In this article the outcomes of analysis for two-dimensional CCCs of (N2, N2, 2Nx2N) and (N2, N2, NxN) code families are presented.

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