Joint delayed-decision feedback sequence estimation with adaptive state allocation, " in Proc. EEE Int. Symp. Abstract — Single antenna co-channel interference cancellation for cellular TDMA networks by means of joint delayed-decision feedback sequence estimation is proposed. The performance can be increased by a novel adaptive state allocation technique.
Single antenna interference cancellation (SAIC) for cellular TDMA networks by means of joint delayed-decision feedback sequence estimation, " IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Abstract— In this letter, single antenna co-channel interference cancellation for cellular time-division multiple access (TDMA) networks by means of joint delayed-decision… (More)
In this paper, a derivation and comparison of trellis-based multiuser detectors based on the so-called Forney metric and the Ungerboeck metric, respectively, is presented. Full-state detection (JMLSE) and reduced-state detection (JDDFSE) is considered. Similar to the corresponding single-user detectors, the performance of both full-state detectors is the… (More)
— In this paper, a novel design of a receiver-side FIR prefilter is proposed which is able to jointly shorten the impulse responses of multiple co-channels given just one receive antenna. The prefilter coeffcients are computed without explicitly solving an eigenvalue problem. In conjunction with a reduced-complexity multiuser detector, a good error… (More)
— We consider a simple reduced-complexity receive diversity scheme for spatially correlated multiple-antenna systems , which consists of an inner decorrelation stage based on the Karhunen-Lò eve transform and an outer selection stage. The task of the selection stage is to provide an optimal trade-off between complexity and performance , by selecting an… (More)
— We consider a simple statistical transmit power allocation scheme for spatially correlated multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, which is based on the Karhunen-Lò eve transform. The considered scheme is solely based on second-order channel statistics , i. e. , no instantaneous channel knowledge is required at the transmitter. We consider… (More)