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Complex-Valued Neural Networks for Equalization of Communication Channels

Complex-Valued Neural Networks for Equalization of Communication Channels
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Author(s): Rajoo Pandey (National Institute of Technology - Kurukshetra, India)
Copyright: 2009
Pages: 26
Source title: Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Utilizing High-Dimensional Parameters
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Tohru Nitta (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-214-5.ch008

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Abstract

The equalization of digital communication channel is an important task in high speed data transmission techniques. The multipath channels cause the transmitted symbols to spread and overlap over successive time intervals. The distortion caused by this problem is called inter-symbol interference (ISI) and is required to be removed for reliable communication of data over communication channels. In this task of ISI removal, the signals are complex-valued and processing has to be done in a complex multidimensional space. The growing interest in complex-valued neural networks has spurred the development of many new algorithms for equalization of communication channels in the recent past. This chapter illustrates the application of various types of complex-valued neural networks such as radial basis function networks (RBFN), multilayer feedforward networks and recurrent neural networks for training sequence-based as well as blind equalization of communication channels. The structures and algorithms for these equalizers are presented and performances based on simulation studies are analyzed highlighting their advantages and the important issues involved.

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