Digital transmission over cross-coupled linear channels

@article{Salz1985DigitalTO,
  title={Digital transmission over cross-coupled linear channels},
  author={Jack Salz},
  journal={AT\&T Technical Journal},
  year={1985},
  volume={64},
  pages={1147-1159}
}
  • J. Salz
  • Published 8 July 1985
  • Mathematics
  • AT&T Technical Journal
For a multiuser data communications system operating over a mutually cross-coupled linear channel with additive noise sources, we determine the following: (1) a linear cross-coupled receiver processor (filter) that yields the least-mean-squared error between the desired outputs and the actual outputs, and (2) a cross-coupled transmitting filter that optimally distributes the total available power among the different users, as well as the total available frequency spectrum. The structure of the… 

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