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    Orthogonal problem in wireless

    Hi,

    Is it possible to have orthogonal equation with only -1 and 1 values only where the dot product of A.B, B.C and A.C will be 0 by just using -1 and 1? (eg. A = -1 1 , B = 1 1) ? Thanks.!!!
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    Re: Orthogonal problem in wireless

    Is it possible in this scenario?
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    Re: Orthogonal problem in wireless

    Are you sure that your only possible values are -1 and 1 and not -1, 0, and 1?

    The problem is impossible with only -1 and 1 but possible with -1, 0, and 1.
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    Re: Orthogonal problem in wireless

    Hi all,

    Thanks for all those replies. I managed to calculate it using Walsh matrix and yes its possible.
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