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|Title:||Operational Aspects of Decision Feedback Equalizers|
|Author(s):||Kennedy, Rodney Andrew|
|Affiliation:||Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Department of Systems Engineering|
The Australian National University
decision feedback equalization
The central theme is the study of error propagation effects in decision feedback equalizers (DFEs). The thesis contains: a stochastic analysis of error propagation in a tuned DFE; an analysis of the effects of error propagation in a blindly adapted DFE; a deterministic analysis of error propagation through input-output stability ideas; and testing procedures for establishing correct tap convergence in blind adaptation. To a lesser extent, the decision directed equalizer (DDE) is also treated.¶ ...
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