Concurrent Process for Blind Deconvolution of Digital Signals (CPBD)

Organization:Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, 90430-000, BR
I.P. Brief:The concurrent processs for blind deconvolution of digital signals (CPBD) is a powerful solution for reducing and eliminating intersymbol interference in digital signals caused by the dispersive effect of practical transmission channels.
Keywords:Blind channel deconvolution, blind channel equalization, concurrent equalizer
Primary Industry:Electronics
Specific Market:Wireless digital communication

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