Narrow-band interference rejection in DS/CDMA systems using adaptive (QRD-LSL)-based nonlinear ACM interpolators

@article{Yuan2003NarrowbandIR,
  title={Narrow-band interference rejection in DS/CDMA systems using adaptive (QRD-LSL)-based nonlinear ACM interpolators},
  author={Jenq-Tay Yuan and Jenq-Nan Lee},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={52},
  pages={374-379}
}
An th order adaptive lattice filter automatically generates all of the outputs that would be provided by separate transversal filters. This feature may effectively suppress the narrow-band interference (NBI) of either unknown or time-varying bandwidth (or number of frequency bands) in direct-sequence code-division multiple access systems for which the order of the interference rejection filter that achieves the optimal performance is unknown or constantly changing. Moreover, a lattice filter… CONTINUE READING

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