Modulated Coding for Intersymbol Interference Channels

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Summarizing the latest research results for mitigating intersymbol interference (ISI), this pioneering reference/text introduces the new technique of modulated coding (MC) and considers three cases of MC encoding and decoding in which ISI channel information is: 1) available for both encoding and decoding, 2) not available for either encoding or decoding, and 3) available for encoding but not for decoding. Includes previously unpublished information and open problems on MC for ISI channels! Focusing on transmitter-assisted equalization methods for ISI mitigation, Modulated Coding for Intersymbol Interference Channels reviews current ISI mitigation methods and formulates the capacity and information rates of an ISI channel details basic concepts related to MC and describes the combination of an MC and an ISI channel compares the coding of an MC and ISI channel to that of an uncoded Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) channel considers the case of joint maximum-likelihood sequence estimation (MLSE) encoding and decoding of an MC coded ISI channel illustrates situations of suboptimal MC design given an ISI channel, such as Zero-Forcing Decision Feedback Equalizer (ZF-DFE) and Minimum Mean Square Error Decision Feedback Equalizer (MMSE-DFE) with corresponding MC designs considers multiple transmit and multiple receive antenna systems studies a channel-independent MC-coded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) system and also covers vector OFDM systems analyzes and applies polynomial ambiguity resistant MC (PARMC) to single-antenna and multiple-antenna systems and more! Illustrated with over 900 equations and drawings, Modulated Coding for Intersymbol Interference Channels makes an excellent reference for electrical, electronics, signal processing, mechanical, image filtering and processing, computer circuit and systems, digital design, and communication engineers; and applied mathematicians; and a useful text

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Modulated codes - fundamentals and coding gain; joint maximum-likelihood encoding and decoding; modulated code coded decision feedback equalizer; capacity and information rates for modulated code coded intersymbol interference channels; space-time modulated coding for memory channels; modulated code coded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing systems; polynomial ambiguity resistant modulated codes for blind ISI mitigation; characterization and construction of polynomial ambiguity resistant modulated code design; conclusions and some open problems; some fundamentals on multirate filterbank theory.

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