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DOA Parameter Estimation with 1-bit Quantization Bounds, Methods and the Exponential Replacement

@inproceedings{Stein2016DOAPE,
  title={DOA Parameter Estimation with 1-bit Quantization Bounds, Methods and the Exponential Replacement},
  author={Manuel S. Stein and Kurt Barb{\'e} and Josef A. Nossek},
  booktitle={WSA},
  year={2016}
}
While 1-bit analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) allows to significantly reduce the analog complexity of wireless receive systems, using the exact likelihood function of the hard-limiting system model in order to obtain efficient algorithms in the digital domain can make 1-bit signal processing challenging. [] Key Method For 1-bit signal processing, this allows to circumvent calculation of the general orthant probability and gives access to a conservative approximation of the receive likelihood. For the…

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