Nonparametric blind testing for equalisation errors in mobile communication systems

TitleNonparametric blind testing for equalisation errors in mobile communication systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1998
AuthorsDogancay, K., and V. Krishnamurthy
Conference NameGlobal Telecommunications Conference, 1998. GLOBECOM 98. The Bridge to Global Integration. IEEE
Pagination2056 -2061 vol.4
Keywordsadaptive equaliser, adaptive equalisers, additive noise distribution, CCI, cochannel interference, computer simulations, detected symbols, equalisation errors detection, error detection, error detection test, fading channels, impulse response, ISI, land mobile radio, least squares approximations, least squares fitting error, linear model, mobile communication systems, multipath channels, multipath fading, noise, noisy channel output observations, nonparametric blind testing, statistical analysis, statistical properties, wireless communication systems
Abstract

This paper is concerned with the detection of equalisation errors in wireless communication systems subjected to multipath fading. No assumption is made regarding the additive noise distribution or the statistical properties of co-channel interference that may be present. In addition, no prior knowledge of channel/co-channel impulse responses or transmitted symbol sequences from different users is supposed to be available. Equalisation errors are detected by exploiting the statistical properties of the least squares fitting error for an underlying linear model between the detected symbols generated by the equaliser and the noisy channel output observations. The performance of the developed error detection test is illustrated by way of computer simulations

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/GLOCOM.1998.775900
DOI10.1109/GLOCOM.1998.775900

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