Experimental BER Performance Evolution of Equalizations and Matched Filter Bounds for Single-Carrier WiMax Radio in 3.5 GHz

@article{Trk2008ExperimentalBP,
  title={Experimental BER Performance Evolution of Equalizations and Matched Filter Bounds for Single-Carrier WiMax Radio in 3.5 GHz},
  author={Kadir T{\"u}rk and Ismail Kaya},
  journal={2008 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={2015-2020}
}
This paper presents an experimental evaluation of bit-error-rate (BER) performances for adaptive training algorithms and obtaining matched filter bound in real-time WiMax (3.5 GHz) radio channels. Without involving with any modified or improved versions, two conventional adaptive equalizer training methods, the least mean squares (LMS) and recursive least squares (RLS), are implemented in a C code running over sampled received sequence and their performances are compared in different modulation… CONTINUE READING

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