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1999 2nd IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (Cat. No.99EX304)
Reliable estimates of Rayleigh Doppler frequency are useful for the optimization of adaptive multiple access wireless receivers. The adaptation parameters of such receivers are sensitive to the amount of Doppler and automatic reconfiguration to the speed of terminal movement can optimize cell capacities in low and high speed situations. We derive a Doppler frequency estimator using the maximum likelihood method and Jakes model [l] of a Rayleigh fading channel. This estimator requires an FFT anddoi:10.1109/spawc.1999.783098 fatcat:f26dgmwrkbgwrcuznfsrf4on2q