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Equalization of Channels with ISI
Many practical channels are bandlimited and linearly distort the
transmit signal.
In this case, the resulting ISI channel has to be equalized for reliable
detection.
There are many different equalization techniques.
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Introduction
When channels are fixed, we have seen that it is
possible to design optimum transmit and receive
filters, subject to zero ISI
In practice, this is not usually possible,
Ideal filters cannot be realised
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