Multi-Channel Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation
The 47th International Vehicular Technology Conference,
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A., May 5-7, 1997, vol 2, pp 715-719.
In mobile radio communications, antenna arrays can be used to
improve the quality and/or the capacity of the
communication system. The combination of an antenna array
and maximum likelihood sequence detection
(MLSE) is studied here.
Different realizations of the multi-channel MLSE are presented.
Although equivalent in performance, it is
pointed out that one of them, the multi-dimensional matched filter
approach, is superior in terms of
computational complexity when more than one antenna is used.
For completeness, temporally colored noise is included
in the formalism.
PhD Thesis by Erik Lindskog.
by E Lindskog 1995.
Conference paper in IEEE VTC'95,
which investigates the use of decision feedback equalizers.
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