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A complex joint demodulation and a less complex single-user demodulation used adaptively based on the measured parameters. 20 Adaptive Signal Processing in Wireless Communications the schematic of such an adaptive receiver. It contains the conventional detector, the joint detector, and a control unit to control the two detectors. For each slot, the control unit determines which of the two demodulators to use to recover the data symbols of the desired user. The control unit makes this decision on the basis of certain information obtained from conventional and joint acquisitions.

24 Adaptive Signal Processing in Wireless Communications Adaptive modulation and coding are also successfully employed for new-generation WLAN systems. 11a, both of which use OFDM technology at the physical layer, allow four different modulation options (BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, and 64-QAM) with different coding rates. The coding rates are obtained with different puncturing patterns to a mother convolutional code, resulting in eight different modulation and coding options [66]. Similar to link adaptation in EGPRS, an appropriate modulation and coding scheme is used depending on the link quality.

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