Iterative Receiver Design

  • ID: 2128876
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Iterative processing is an important technique with numerous applications. Exploiting the power of factor graphs, this detailed survey provides a general framework for systematically developing iterative algorithms for digital receivers, and highlights connections between important algorithms. Starting with basic concepts in digital communications, progressively more complex ideas are presented and integrated resulting in the development of cutting-edge algorithms for iterative receivers. Real-world applications are covered in detail, including decoding for turbo and LDPC codes, and detection for multi-antenna and multi-user systems. This accessible framework will allow the reader to apply factor graphs to practical problems, leading to the design of new algorithms in applications beyond digital receivers. With many examples and algorithms in pseudo-code, this book is an invaluable resource for graduate students and researchers in electrical engineering and computer science, and for practitioners in the communications industry. Additional resources for this title are available online.
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1. Introduction
2. Digital communication
3. Estimation theory and Monte Carlo techniques
4. Factor graphs and the Sum-Product algorithm
5. Statistical inference using factor graphs
6. State-space models
7. Factor graphs in digital communication
8. Decoding
9. Demapping
10. Equalization: general formulation
11. Equalization: single-user single-antenna communication
12. Equalization: multi-antenna communication
13. Equalization: multi-user communication
14. Synchronization and channel estimation
15. Appendices
List of algorithms
Bibliography
Index.
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Henk Wymeersch. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

HENK WYMEERSCH is a postdoctoral associate in the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He obtained his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Ghent University, Belgium, in 2005. In 2006 he received the Alcatel Bell Scientific Award for 'an original study of Information & Communication Technology, Concepts and Multimedia applications'.
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