Multichannel Signal Processing

@inproceedings{Honig1990MultichannelSP,
  title={Multichannel Signal Processing},
  author={Michael L. Honig and Kenneth Steiglitz and B. V. Gopinath},
  year={1990}
}
Abstruct- We consider transmission of data over multiple coupled channels, such as bundles of twisted-pair copper wires in the local sub- scriber loop, and between central offices in the public switched tele- phone network. Transceiver designs for such channels typically treat the crosstalk between adjacent twisted pairs as random noise uncorrelated with the transmitted signal. We propose a transmitterheceiver pair that compensates for crosstalk by treating an entire bundle of twisted pairs as… CONTINUE READING

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