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Joint equalization and interference suppression for high data rate wireless systems

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Joint equalization and interference suppression for high data rate wireless systems
Enhanced Data Rates for Global Evolution (EDGE) is currently being standardized as an evolution of GSM in Europe and of IS-136 in the United States as an air interface for high speed data services for third generation mobile systems. In this paper, we study space-time processing for EDGE to provide interference suppression. We consider the use of two receive antennas and propose a joint equalization and diversity receiver. This receiver uses feedforward filters on each diversity branch to perform minimum mean-square error cochannel interference suppression, while leaving the intersymbol interference to be mitigated by the subsequent equalizer. The equalizer is a delayed decision feedback sequence estimator, consisting of a reduced-state Viterbi processor and a feedback filter. The equalizer provides soft output to the channel decoder after deinterleaving. We describe a novel weight generation algorithm and present simulation results on the link performance of EDGE with interference sup...
Sirikiat Lek Ariyavisitakul, Jack H. Winters, Nels
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where JSAC
Authors Sirikiat Lek Ariyavisitakul, Jack H. Winters, Nelson Sollenberger
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