The effect of diversity on a burst-mode carrier-frequency estimator in the frequency-selective multipath channel

@article{Hebley1998TheEO,
  title={The effect of diversity on a burst-mode carrier-frequency estimator in the frequency-selective multipath channel},
  author={Matthew G. Hebley and Desmond P. Taylor},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Communications},
  year={1998},
  volume={46},
  pages={553-560}
}
This paper describes a carrier-frequency offset estimator derived using maximum-likelihood techniques. The estimator is designed for a digital space-diversity receiver, operating in a wide-band frequency-selective multipath fading channel. The estimator is suited to a burst-mode time-division-multiple-access system, because the estimate is formed in an open-loop manner, and relies on a training sequence normally used in burst-mode systems. The main advantage is that it does not require channel… CONTINUE READING
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