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1 December 1991 Neural network approach to multipath delay estimation
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Neural networks can be applied to the problem of extracting multipath delay information from the correlation of two signals. The ability of a feedforward neural network to learn the correct delay vector response is demonstrated using both broadband and narrowband correlation data. A trained neural network can be combined with a traditional adaptive algorithm for systems applications such as adaptive interference cancellation. In many cases, the network improves overall system performance by providing a nearly optimal starting point. The use of such an approach in an existing optical processing architecture is discussed.
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Stephen T. Welstead, Michael J. Ward, and Christopher W. Keefer "Neural network approach to multipath delay estimation", Proc. SPIE 1565, Adaptive Signal Processing, (1 December 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.49800
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