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Adaptive beamforming techniques for OFDM based WLAN systems: a comparison between RLS and LMS

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3 Author(s)
Sanz, R. ; Signal Theor. & Commun., Univ. Miguel Hernandez, Spain ; Corral, P. ; de Castro Lima, A.C.

This work presents an study of different adaptive filter algorithms, RLS and LMS, applied in OFDM based WLAN systems. In the simulations, we use Hiperlan/2 standard. In a WLAN environment we can fin a desired signal, interfering signals and noise. In this kind of environment, we have used smart antennas in order to improve radiation diagram and signal/interference ratios. Finally, we compare results of RLS and LMS beamforming.

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Mobile Future, 2004 and the Symposium on Trends in Communications. SympoTIC '04. Joint IST Workshop on

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24-26 Oct. 2004