Tracking of time-varying mobile radio channels. II. A case study

  title={Tracking of time-varying mobile radio channels. II. A case study},
  author={Lars Lindbom and Anders Ahl{\'e}n and Mikael Sternad and Magnus Falkenstr{\"o}m},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Communications},
Low-complexity WLMS adaptation algorithms, of use for channel estimation, have been derived in a companion paper. They are here evaluated on the fast fading radio channels encountered in IS-136 TDMA systems, with the aim of clarifying several issues: How much can channel estimation performance be improved with these tools, as compared to LMS adaptation? When can an improved tracking MSE be expected to result in a meaningful reduction of the bit error rate? Will optimal prediction of future… CONTINUE READING
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