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Spatio-Temporal Blind Identification Of FIR Channels For Multiple Users

Hassibi, B. and Aghajan, H. and Khalaj, B. and Paulraj, A. and Kailath, T. (1994) Spatio-Temporal Blind Identification Of FIR Channels For Multiple Users. In: Proceedings of the 1994 Conference on Information Science and Systems. Princeton University , Princeton, NJ.

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A new method is proposed for blind identification of possibly nonminimum phase FIR channels with multiple users. The technique exploits the structure of the signals received by an antenna array in both the temporal and spatial frequency domains. Although in the single antenna case it is necessary to use cyclostationary signals or higher order statistics to identify the magnitude and phase of the channel, we circumvent such a requirement by exploiting certain multichannel features of the array. We show that if multiple users are present, the nonminimum phase channels associated with each user can still be identified from the second-order statistics, provided additional spatial structure exists.

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Additional Information:©1994 Princeton University. This work was supported in part by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the Department of Defense and was monitored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under contract F19620-93-1-0085. Support was also provided by the Army Research Office under grant DAAH04-93-G-0029.
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Army Research OfficeDAAH04-93-G-0029
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