In this paper, the design of optimal receive filter banks for transmultiplexer-based data transmission over frequency selective channels is investigated. A new design strategy based on the principle of memory truncation, rather than equalization, is presented. Through the receive filters, each subchannel is truncated to a certain length, and the actual data detection is then carried out via low-complexity, independently operating Viterbi detectors. Design examples are presented for high-speed transmission over copper wires. The examples show that memory truncation allows significant performance improvements over MMSE equalization.
|Title of host publication||WCC 2000 - ICSP 2000. 2000 5th International Conference on Signal Processing Proceedings. 16th World Computer Congress 2000|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 01.08.2000|
|Event||5th International Conference on Signal Processing Proceedings - Beijing, China|
Duration: 21.08.2000 → 25.08.2000