Adaptive equalization of finite nonlinear channels using multilayer perceptron

@inproceedings{Chen1990AdaptiveEO,
  title={Adaptive equalization of finite nonlinear channels using multilayer perceptron},
  author={Sheng Chen and G. J. Gibson and C. Cowan and P. Grant},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract Adaptive equalization of channels with non-linear intersymbol interference is considered. It is shown that difficulties associated with channel non-linearities and additive noise correlation can be overcome by the use of equalizers employing a multi-layer perceptron structure. This provides further evidence that the neural network approach proposed recently by Gibson et al. is a general solution to the problem of equalization in digital communications systems. 
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