Channel Estimation and Signal Detection for UWB

@inproceedings{Li2003ChannelEA,
  title={Channel Estimation and Signal Detection for UWB},
  author={Ye Li and Andreas F. Molisch and Jinyun Zhang},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper, we investigate channel estimation and signal detection for UWB communications. We first investigate channel estimation for UWB systems and then develop a minimum meansquare-error (MMSE) Rake receiver with joint timing and MMSE equalization. The key property of the estimator is that it uses sampling at UWB symbol rate (200Msamples/s), while estimating all relevant channel parameters for the full 7.5 GHz channel bandwidth. Computer simulations verify the usefulness of our approach… CONTINUE READING
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