Fast Time-domain Equalization for Discrete Multitone Modulation Systems

  title={Fast Time-domain Equalization for Discrete Multitone Modulation Systems},
  author={Biao Lu and Lloyd D. Clark and Umut Arslan and Brian L. Evans},
In discrete multitone receivers, a time-domain equalizer (TEQ) shortens the e ective channel impulse response. The e ective channel impulse response is ideally nonzero inside a short window and zero elsewhere. The samples outside of the window cause intersymbol interference. The ratio between the samples inside and outside of this window is called the shortening signalto-noise (SSNR). In this paper, we develop a suboptimal method for maximum SSNR TEQ design that requires two orders of magnitude… CONTINUE READING


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