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Adaptive Minimum Symbol Error Rate Beamforming Assisted Receiver for Quadrature Amplitude Modulated Systems

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Adaptive Minimum Symbol Error Rate Beamforming Assisted Receiver for Quadrature Amplitude Modulated Systems
An adaptive beamforming assisted receiver is proposed for multiple antenna aided multiuser systems that employ bandwidth efficient quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM). A novel minimum symbol error rate (MSER) design is proposed for the beamforming assisted receiver, where the system’s symbol error rate is directly optimized. Hence the MSER approach provides a significant symbol error ratio performance enhancement over the classic minimum mean square error design. A sample-by-sample adaptive algorithm, referred to as the least symbol error rate (LBER) technique, is derived for allowing the adaptive implementation of the system to arrive from its initial beamforming weight solution to MSER beamforming solution.
Sheng Chen, H.-Q. Du, Lajos Hanzo
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Year 2006
Where VTC
Authors Sheng Chen, H.-Q. Du, Lajos Hanzo
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