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In this paper, we investigate some advantages and limitations of nonlinear architectures on adaptive equalization of dispersive and linear channels. The channel equalization problem is seen as one of classification, and we present some theoretical results which relate the zeros of the channel impulsive response and the geometrical dispersion of channel states. These theoretical results and some related consequences are illustrated by means of simple examples.
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Montalvão, J., Dorizzi, B., & Cesar M. Mota, J. (2015). Some Theoretical Limits of Efficiency of Linear and Nonlinear Equalizers<br />10.14209/jcis.1999.11. Journal of Communication and Information Systems, 14(2). Retrieved from https://jcis.sbrt.org.br/jcis/article/view/223
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