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Article Number - D4B3CDE30084


Vol.5(4), pp. 63 - 69 , October 2013
https://doi.org/10.5897/JEEER11.101
ISSN: 1993-8225


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Joint estimation of cochannel signals and direction finding



Khairy Elbarbary
  • Khairy Elbarbary
  • Electrical Engineering Department, Modern Academy In Maadi, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt.
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Hossam Eldin Abou-Bakr Badr
  • Hossam Eldin Abou-Bakr Badr
  • Egyptian Armed Forces. Electronic Warfare Department, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt.
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Tarek Bahroun
  • Tarek Bahroun
  • Electronic Warfare Department, Military Technical College, Cairo, Egypt.
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 Accepted: 31 July 2013  Published: 30 October 2013

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The need for fast adaptive algorithms for signal separation in dense environments is essential aspect in modern communications systems. For example, enhancement of mobile systems performance to allow different traffics, high quality and minimum delay is achievable in condition that the channel impairments and cohannel interference is reduced. In this paper, the performance of two types of signal separation and interference cancellation algorithms is compared. The paper presents quantitative measures of the two methods and suggests further enhancement of their performance.

 

Key words: Constant modulus algorithms (CMA), iterative least square enumerator (ILSE), signal canceller and multiple signal classification (MUSIC).

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APA (2013). Joint estimation of cochannel signals and direction finding. Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research, 5(4), 63 - 69.
Chicago Khairy Elbarbary, Hossam Eldin Abou-Bakr Badr, and Tarek Bahroun. "Joint estimation of cochannel signals and direction finding." Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research 5, no. 4 (2013): 63 - 69.
MLA Khairy Elbarbary, et al. "Joint estimation of cochannel signals and direction finding." Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research 5.4 (2013): 63 - 69.
   
DOI https://doi.org/10.5897/JEEER11.101
URL http://academicjournals.org/journal/JEEER/article-abstract/D4B3CDE30084

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