Khaled Amleh

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—This letter presents a blind method for joint carrier offset and code timing estimation in direct-sequence code-division multiple-access systems. The proposed method is arrived at by exploiting the subspace structure of the observed signal along with analytical tools of polynomial matrices. It yields an algebraic solution which avoids a multidimensional(More)
—Block transmission techniques, including single-carrier (SC) and multicarrier (MC) communication techniques, have received much research interest recently for their better ability to handle the intersymbol interference problem than continuous transmission. Numerous detection schemes for SC and MC communication systems have been proposed. While these(More)
—Block transmission has recently been considered as an alternative to the conventional continuous transmission technique. In particular, block transmission techniques with zero padding (ZP) and cyclic prefix (CP) are becoming attractive procedures for their ability to eliminate both intersymbol interference (ISI) and interblock interference (IBI). In this(More)
This paper presents a blind joint channel and interference suppression for orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) systems. Our approach uses a generalized multi-channel minimum variance principle to design an equalizing filterbank that preserves the desired signal components and suppresses the overall interference. Channel estimate is then(More)
—In this paper, we present a group of subspace code-timing estimation algorithms for asynchronous code-division multiple-access (CDMA) systems with bandlimited chip waveforms. The proposed schemes are frequency-domain based techniques that exploit a unique structure of the received signal in the frequency domain. They can be implemented either blindly or in(More)
— Block transmission techniques have received much research interest recently for their ability to eliminate the inter-symbol interference problem associated with continuous transmission. Numerous detection schemes for single carrier and multi-carrier have been proposed. While these schemes may be derived from different principles, they usually rely on some(More)