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Joint optimization of transmitter and receiver filters in digital PAM systems with a Viterbi detector

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Joint optimization of transmitter and receiver filters in a pulse-amplitude modulation (PALM) system with an arbitrary but fixed Viterbi detector is considered. Optimization is performed under an average transmitted power constraint with respect to a new criterion called the effective mean-square error (EMSE). It is shown that the optimization problem is convex. A necessary and sufficient condition for optimality is derived, and a method for optimization is proposed. Numerical results are obtained for a channel with coaxial cable characteristics.

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IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )