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Convergence Property Analysis of Multiple Modulus Self-Recovering Equalization According to Error Dynamics Boosting
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Convergence Property Analysis of Multiple Modulus Self-Recovering Equalization According to Error Dynamics Boosting
Oh, Kil Nam;
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 Abstract
The existing multiple modulus-based self-recovering equalization type has not been applied to initial equalization. Instead, it was used for steady-state performance improvement. In this paper, for the self-recovering equalization type that considers the multiple modulus as a desired response, the initial convergence performance was improved by extending the dynamics of the errors using error boosting and their characteristics were analyzed. Error boosting in the proposed method was carried out in proportion to a symbol decision for the equalizer output. Furthermore, having the initial convergence capability by extending the dynamics of errors, it showed excellent performance in the initial convergence rate and steady-state error level. In particular, the proposed method can be applied to the entire process of equalization through a single algorithm; the existing methods of switching over or the selection of other operation modes, such as concurrent operating with other algorithms, are not necessary. The usefulness of the proposed method was verified by simulations performed under the channel conditions with multipath propagation and additional noise, and for performance analysis of self-recovering equalization for high-order signal constellations.
 Keywords
Bussgang equalization;Nonlinear estimator;Desired response;Error boosting;
 Language
Korean
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