Adaptive and Iterative Signal Processing in Communications

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Cambridge University Press, Nov 16, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 318 pages
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Adaptive signal processing (ASP) and iterative signal processing (ISP) are important techniques in improving receiver performance in communication systems. Using examples from practical transceiver designs, this 2006 book describes the fundamental theory and practical aspects of both methods, providing a link between the two where possible. The first two parts of the book deal with ASP and ISP respectively, each in the context of receiver design over intersymbol interference (ISI) channels. In the third part, the applications of ASP and ISP to receiver design in other interference-limited channels, including CDMA and MIMO, are considered; the author attempts to illustrate how the two techniques can be used to solve problems in channels that have inherent uncertainty. Containing illustrations and worked examples, this book is suitable for graduate students and researchers in electrical engineering, as well as practitioners in the telecommunications industry.
 

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Contents

Channel equalization for dispersive channels
15
Sequence detection with adaptive channel estimation
48
Tables
53
Estimation and detection for fading multipath channels
75
Iterative signal processing for ISI channels
105
Iterative receivers over static ISI channels
134
Iterative receivers under timevarying channel conditions
171
CDMA systems and multiuser detection
195
l0 Iterative receivers for multiple antenna systems
239
Coded OFDM and the iterative receiver
271
Review of signal processing and the Ztransform
290
Background for probability and statistics
299
Different types of error
302
References
308
Index
316
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Iterative CDMA receivers
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