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—This paper presents a turbo equalization (TEQ) scheme, which employs a radial basis function (RBF)-based equalizer instead of the conventional trellis-based equalizer of Douillard et al. Structural, computational complexity, and performance comparisons of the RBF-based and trellis-based TEQs are provided. The decision feedback-assisted RBF TEQ is capable(More)
Radial Basis Function Network aided Multiuser Detection (RBFN-MUD) schemes are capable of detecting the received signal of all users, even if the channel output states are linearly non-separable. However, their complexity may become excessive which renders their real implementation irrealistic, except when the number of users is low. In this contribution a(More)
and has been a consultant to Multiple Access Communications Ltd., UK. He currently holds the established Chair of Telecommunications. He co-authored 19 Wiley/IEEE Press books on mobile radio communications and published in excess of 900 research papers. He was awarded a number of distinctions, most recently the 2007 WCNC best paper award, a best-paper award(More)
—The performance of the proposed radial basis function (RBF) assisted turbo-coded adaptive modulation scheme is characterized in a wideband channel scenario. We commence by introducing the novel concept of the Jacobian RBF equalizer, which is a reduced-complexity version of the conventional RBF equalizer. Specifically, the Jacobian logarithmic RBF equalizer(More)
—The performance of radial basis function-based decision feedback equalized (RBF DFE) burst-by-burst adaptive quadrature amplitude modulation (AQAM) is presented for transmissions over dispersive wide-band mobile channels. This scheme is shown to give a significant improvement in terms of the mean bit error rate (BER) and bits per symbol (BPS) performance(More)