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Learning The MMSE Channel Predictor

by   Nurettin Turan, et al.

We present a neural network based predictor which is derived by starting from the linear minimum mean squared error (LMMSE) predictor and by further making two key assumptions. With these assumptions, we first derive a weighted sum of LMMSE predictors which is motivated by the structure of the optimal MMSE predictor. This predictor provides an initialization (weight matrices, biases and activation function) to a feed-forward neural network based predictor. With a properly learned neural network, we show that under the given channel model assumptions it is possible to easily outperform the LMMSE predictor based on the Jakes assumption of the underlying Doppler spectrum.


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