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A channel subspace post-filtering approach to adaptive least-squares estimation

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2 Author(s)
Nadakuditi, R. ; Massachusetts Inst. of Technol., Woods Hole, MA, USA ; Preisig, J.C.

A major challenge while communicating in dynamic channels, such as the underwater acoustic channel, is the large amount of time-varying inter-symbol interference (ISI) due to multipath. In many realistic channels, the fluctuations between different taps of the sampled channel impulse response are correlated. Traditional least-squares algorithms used for adapting channel equalizers do not exploit this correlation structure. A channel subspace post-filtering algorithm is presented that treats the least-squares channel estimate as a noisy time series and exploits the channel correlation structure to reduce the channel estimation error. The improvement in performance of the post-filtered channel estimator is predicted theoretically and demonstrated using both simulation and experimental data. Experimental data is also used to demonstrate the improvement in performance of a channel estimate-based decision feedback equalizer that uses this post-filtered channel estimate to determine the equalizer coefficients.

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Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

July 2004

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