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When are the MLSD respectively the matched filter receiver optimal with respect to the BER?

Ödling, Per LU ; Eriksson, Håkan B.; Koski, Timo and Börjesson, Per Ola LU (1995) IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 1995 In [Host publication title missing] p.331-331
Abstract
We reconsider the minimum/optimal bit-error

probability receiver (OBER) for intersymbol interference

channels with Gaussian noise and the reception of finite

b1oc:ks of bits. We view the OBER as a function with

two inputs: the received sequence and an expected signalto-

noise ratio; and one output: the estimated block of

bits. Assuming that all sequences are equally probable to

be t.ransmitted we prove two results about the behaviour

of the QBER. We show that the QBER coincides with

the maximum likelihood sequence detector when designed

for high signal-to-noise ratios and that it collapses to a

matched filter followed by a hard-limiting... (More)
We reconsider the minimum/optimal bit-error

probability receiver (OBER) for intersymbol interference

channels with Gaussian noise and the reception of finite

b1oc:ks of bits. We view the OBER as a function with

two inputs: the received sequence and an expected signalto-

noise ratio; and one output: the estimated block of

bits. Assuming that all sequences are equally probable to

be t.ransmitted we prove two results about the behaviour

of the QBER. We show that the QBER coincides with

the maximum likelihood sequence detector when designed

for high signal-to-noise ratios and that it collapses to a

matched filter followed by a hard-limiting device for low

expected signal-to-noise ratios. (Less)
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probability receiver (OBER) for intersymbol interference<br/><br>
channels with Gaussian noise and the reception of finite<br/><br>
b1oc:ks of bits. We view the OBER as a function with<br/><br>
two inputs: the received sequence and an expected signalto-<br/><br>
noise ratio; and one output: the estimated block of<br/><br>
bits. Assuming that all sequences are equally probable to<br/><br>
be t.ransmitted we prove two results about the behaviour<br/><br>
of the QBER. We show that the QBER coincides with<br/><br>
the maximum likelihood sequence detector when designed<br/><br>
for high signal-to-noise ratios and that it collapses to a<br/><br>
matched filter followed by a hard-limiting device for low<br/><br>
expected signal-to-noise ratios.},
  author       = {Ödling, Per and Eriksson, Håkan B. and Koski, Timo and Börjesson, Per Ola},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {331--331},
  series       = {[Host publication title missing]},
  title        = {When are the MLSD respectively the matched filter receiver optimal with respect to the BER?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISIT.1995.550318},
  year         = {1995},
}