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Blind channel identication and equalisation are the processes by which a channel impulse response can be identified and proper equaliser filter coeffcients can be obtained, without knowledge of the transmitted signal. Techniques that exploit cyclostationarity can reveal information about systems which are nonminimum phase, nonminimum phase channels cannot be identied using only second-order statistics (SOS), because these do not contain the necessary phase information. Cyclostationary blind equalisation methods exploit the fact that, sampling the received signal at a rate higher than the transmitted signal symbol rate, the received signal becomes cyclostationary. In general, cyclostationary blind equalisers can identify a channel with less data than higher-order statistics (HOS) methods, and unlike these, noconstraint is imposed on ... toggle 1 keyword

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Altuna, Jon
University Of Edinburgh
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July 2, 2008

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