Application of channel matched filters and direct coefficients calculation for low complexity high bit rate equalisation

I Kaya, Y Sun, R Benjamin, AR Nix

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Abstract

For high data rate mobile communication systems, because of the channel time-delay-spread, the equalisers are critical for combating inter-symbol-interference (ISI). The required time for equalisation training is one of the main limitations affecting the data rate and throughput. This study introduces a new method for equalisation using a channel matched filter (CMF) which combines a speed of coefficient calculation comparable with the simple least-mean-square (LMS) algorithm, with an equaliser filter performance which can exceed that of the recursive-least squares (RLS) algorithm. Synchronisation, channel tracking and frequency offset problems are also considered
Original languageEnglish
Pages7/1 - 7/7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 1996

Bibliographical note

Name of Conference: Colloquium on Multipath Countermeasures
Venue of Conference: London, UK

Keywords

  • matched filters
  • equalisers
  • land mobile radio
  • intersymbol interference

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