Performance of RLMS algorithm in adaptive array beam forming
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This paper examines the performance of an adaptive linear array employing the new RLMS algorithm, which consists of a recursive least square (RLS) section followed by a least mean square (LMS) section. The performance measures used are output and input signal-to-interference plus noise ratios (SINR), side lobe level (SLL), and SINRo as a function of the direction of arrival of the interfering signal. Computer simulation results show that the performance of RLMS is superior to either the RLS or LMS based on these measures, particularly when operating with low input SINR.
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