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IEEE Military Communications Conference. Proceedings. MILCOM 98 (Cat. No.98CH36201)
For communication channels exhibiting fading and interference, noncoherent maximum likelihood (ML) block demodulation generally requires the knowledge of received signal strength, fading levels, and the phase offset introduced by the channel. Furthermore, ML block demodulation can be computationally prohibitive. This paper presents a sub-optimal block demodulation method based on a computationally simple and eficient clustering algorithm known as the K-means algorithm. The performance ofdoi:10.1109/milcom.1998.726956 fatcat:hthywpudgjew7ljsi4hdvkeyly