Corpus ID: 10945100

MLSE AND spatio-temporal interference rejection combining with antenna arrays

  title={MLSE AND spatio-temporal interference rejection combining with antenna arrays},
  author={D. Astely and B. Ottersten},
  journal={9th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 1998)},
  • D. Astely, B. Ottersten
  • Published 1998
  • Computer Science
  • 9th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 1998)
  • By using multiple receiving antennas and modeling co-channel interference (CCI) together with the noise as additive temporally white Gaussian noise with some spatial color, CCI may be suppressed. This paper proposes spatio-temporal interference rejection combining by modeling the CCI and noise as an autoregressive Gaussian process. In this way, the joint spatial-temporal properties of the CCI may be taken into account. A training sequence based estimator is proposed, and simulations show large… CONTINUE READING
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