A Blind Adaptive Equalizer Based on a Lattice/All-pass Configuration

Autoren: B. Jelonnek, K.-D. Kammeyer
Kurzfassung: Networks for the blind channel equalization can be designed as a combination of a prewhitening filter (adjusted by means of 2nd-order statistics) and an inverse all-pass system (adjusted by 4th-order statistics). In this paper an appropriate FIR approximation of inverse all-pass systems is presented. On the other hand the inverse all-pass modelling can be avoided if the minimum phase prewhitening filter is replaced by a lattice configuration where the maximum phase (backward prediction error) output is used for decorrelation. In that case conventional recursive all-pass networks can be applied for phase correction. It will be shown that the convergence speed can be considerably increased due to the reduced number of parameters to be identified. Under additive noise conditions a solution near the optimum MSE-solution is obtained.
Dokumenttyp: Konferenzbeitrag
Veröffentlichung: Brussels, Belgium, 24. - 27. August 1992
Konferenz: European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 92)
Seiten: 1109-1112
Volume: 2
Index: 24
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