Optimal Decision Theory Applied to High-Speed IC Receiver Design
The purpose of a telecommunication system is to convey a message, as accurately as possible, from a source to a destination. A model for a typical system is shown in Fig. 3.1. Along the way, the transmitted message can be corrupted by noise and distortion as it travels to its final destination. The purpose of a receiver is to observe the corrupted received signal, and estimate what the original message should have been.
KeywordsMaized Attenuation Covariance Expense Autocorrelation
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