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Performance Evaluation of AV-MMA Adaptive Equalization Algorithm in high order QAM System
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 Title & Authors
Performance Evaluation of AV-MMA Adaptive Equalization Algorithm in high order QAM System
Lim, Seung-Gag;
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 Abstract
This paper relates with the eualization performance of Adaptive Varying-MMA (AV-MMA) in order to the minimization of intersymbol interference that is occurs in the nonlinear communication channel. In order to obtain the error signal in the tap coefficient updating process of adaptive equalization algorithm, the present MMA uses the constant modulus. But in AV-MMA, the adaptively varying modulus are used according to the equalizer output, it is possible to reduce the error signal and possbile to improving the overall equalization performance. In order to improved equalization performance of the AV-MMA in the 64-QAM signal, the present MMA performance were compared. For this, the output signal constellation of equalizer, residual isi, maximum distortion, MSE and SER curves are applied. As a result of computer simulation, the AV-MMA has more better performance in the every performance index than MMA, and the SER performance shows that it has more robustness in high SNR environmnet compared to MMA.
 Keywords
MMA;Adaptive Varying modulus;residual isi;MSE;maximum;
 Language
Korean
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