We analytically show that using a hard-limiting-receiver in a 2-D time-wavelength asynchronous O-CDMA system, can double the numbers of active users by reducing multiple-access-interference. Utilizing our results we generate design rules for O-CDMA code-sets in hard-limiting-receiver.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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