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The training sequence should be at the same spacing as the equalizer. Adaptive algorithms converge to the least square solution based on the error between the received sequence and the transmitted sequence (known when a training sequence is used). Further, the equalizer can only determine a solution where channel energy is present (for example, if you ...


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Perhaps transferable to your problem, one method from Olyha B., Rutledge J., "TrackPoint System Version 4.0 Engineering Specification", IBM, 1999: 2.2.3 DRIFT CORRECTION Due to the significant temperature sensitivity of the force sensors, it is necessary to recalibrate the zero force origin of each axis on a periodic basis. In order to properly ...


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The best fit time domain solution can be found by constructing two two basis vectors with your known frequency and calculate the coefficients directly. The magnitude and phase can then be directly determined from these values. Let C be a vector of cosine values over your frame and S be a vector of sine values. You then want to find $(a,b)$ so that $aC + ...


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