Channel Equalization and Symbol Detection for Single Carrier Broadband MIMO Systems with Multiple Carrier Frequency Offsets
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We consider the frequency-domain channel equalization and symbol detection of multiple input multiple output (MIMO) single-carrier broadband wireless system in the presence of severe frequency-selective channel fading and multiple unknown carrier frequency offsets (CFOs). We show that the constellation of the equalized data is rotating due to multiple CFOs, therefore, the equalized data can not be reliably detected without removing the rotating phases caused by the multiple unknown CFOs. Instead of estimating the CFOs, we propose a method to estimate the rotating phases caused by multiple CFOs, remove the rotating phases from the equalized data, and perform symbol detection. Numerical example indicates that the proposed method provide very good results for a 4 times 2 wireless system with 8PSK modulation and 75-tap Rayleigh fading channels.