Optimum Array Processing with Variable Linear Constraint

  title={Optimum Array Processing with Variable Linear Constraint},
  author={Byong-Kun Chang},
  journal={J. Inform. and Commun. Convergence Engineering},
If the desired signal is uncorrelated with incoming interference signals, a linearly constrained adaptive array successfully estimates the desired signal by reducing the interference signals [1]. If the desired signal is correlated partially or totally (i.e., coherent) with the interference signals, the desired signal is partially or totally cancelled in the array output depending on the extent of correlation between the desired signal and the interference signals. Some methods, such as the… CONTINUE READING
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