Patrick Nickel

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—For the uplink of the E–UTRA Long Term Evolution (LTE) system, single–carrier frequency–division multiple access (SC–FDMA) transmission has been selected. Frequency–domain linear and decision–feedback equalizers have been already given in the literature for an SC–FDMA transmission over a multiple– input multiple–output (MIMO) intersymbol interference (ISI)(More)
We consider a joint detection approach for cancellation of co–channel interference in time–division multiple access (TDMA) mobile communications systems like GSM/EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution). Concepts from reduced–state equalization of frequency–selective multiple– input multiple–output (MIMO) channels are applied together with prefiltering.(More)
—In recent years, single antenna interference cancellation (SAIC) has evolved as an attractive method to increase the capacity of single carrier mobile radio networks like GSM/ EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) [1], [2]. Different algorithms (e.g. [3], [4]) have been developed to improve the performance of the GSM system in severely interference(More)
For evolution of the GSM/EDGE radio access network (RAN), the use of higher order modulation like 16-and 32-ary quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) is considered in standardization for increased peak data rates and reduced transmission delays. In this paper, an optimized receiver design for different packet data transmission schemes is proposed. Turbo(More)
—For evolution of the GSM/ EDGE radio access network (RAN), the use of higher order modulation like 16– and 32–ary quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) is considered in standardization for increased peak data rates and reduced transmission delays. In this paper, an optimized receiver design for different packet data transmission schemes is proposed. Turbo(More)
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