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Blind Interference Cancelling Equalizer for Mobile Radio Communications
Kazuhiko FUKAWA Hiroshi SUZUKI
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1994/05/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Adaptive Signal Processing in Mobile Radio Communications)
co-channel interference, interference canceller, blind algorithm, maximum likelihood estimation, mobile communications,
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This paper proposes a new adaptive Interference Cancelling Equalizer (ICE) with a blind algorithm. From a received signal, ICE not only eliminates inter-symbol interference, but also cancels co-channel interference. Blind ICE can operate well even if training signals for the interference are unknown. First, training signal conditions for applying blind ICE are considered. Next, a theoretical derivation for blind ICE is developed in detail by applying the maximum likelihood estimation theory. It is shown that RLS-MLSE with diversity, which is derived for mobile radio equalizers, is also effective for blind ICE. Computer simulations demonstrate the 40kb/s QDPSK transmission performance of Blind ICE as a blind canceller with two branch diversity reception under Rayleigh fading in a single interference environment. The simulations assume synchronous training; the canceller is trained for the desired signal but not for the interference signals. Blind ICE can be successfully achieved at more than -10dB CIR values when average Eb/N0 is 15dB and a maximum Doppler frequency is 40Hz.