Adaptive Digital Predistortion of Nonlinear Systems (2009)
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Compensating or reducing the nonlinear distortion - usually resulting from a nonlinear system - is becoming an essential requirement in many areas. In this thesis adaptive digital predistortion techniques for a wide class of nonlinear systems are presented. For estimating the coefficients of the predistorter, different learning architectures are considered: the Direct Learning Architecture (DLA) and Indirect Learning Architecture (ILA). In the DLA approach, we propose a new adaptation algorithm - the Nonlinear Filtered-x Prediction Error Method (NFxPEM) algorithm, which has much faster convergence and much better performance compared to the conventional Nonlinear Filtered-x Least Mean Squares (NFxLMS) algorithm. All of these time domain adaptive algorithms require accurate system identification of the nonlinear system. In ...
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