Compare the performance of NLMS and variable step size NLMS algorithms in adaptive channel equalization using Simulink. Two equalizer are used linear and non-linear for comarison. The channels are AWGN and Multipath fading channels. The required outputs are four curves:
1- MSE vs Iteration number
2- BER vs SNR
3- Number of taps vs MSE
4- Number of taps vs BER
The main goal of this project is to appreciate the variable step size NLMS algorithm over standard NLMS algortihm since it solves the problem of trading off between the rate of convegence and stability caused by changing the step size.
I have a paper for a variable step size NLMS that has the algortihm I wanted to be implemented
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