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In this paper we present an optimized DSP implementation of a modified error-feedback lattice least-square (EF-LSL) adaptive filtering algorithm. Simple measures that provide numerical stability for poor persistent excitation are also proposed. As a result of the optimization and the stability measures, an efficient and stable implementation of a fast… (More)

We propose blind equalization algorithms that perform similarly to supervised ones, independently of the QAM order. They converge approximately to the Wiener solution, which generally provides a relatively low misadjustment. Besides presenting strategies to speed up their convergences, we provide sufficient conditions for the stability of the symbol-based… (More)

— Blind equalization algorithms with good convergence and tracking properties and numerical robustness are desired to ensure the good performance of communications systems. In this paper, we present transient and steady-state analyses for the dual-mode constant modulus algorithm (DM-CMA), a version of CMA that avoids its well-known divergence problem. We… (More)

We address the problem of signal separation using space-time blind equalization techniques. A novel blind algorithm, denoted ACMA (Accelerated Constant Modulus Algorithm), is proposed. It minimizes the constant modulus cost function and is based on a tuner used in adaptive control that sets the second derivative (" acceleration ") of the coefficient… (More)

The efficient separation of signals is a frequent problem in multiuser communication systems. Among many algorithms to blind deconvolution of a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, the one that utilizes higher-order cumulants has advantages in regards of convergence rate. Inspired on this algorithm and on a stochastic gradient approach , we… (More)