Natural Gradient Based Blind Multiuser Detection
In this paper, novel structures for dynamic removal of multiuser interference are proposed. The natural gradient (NG) is used either to compute whitening matrices in linear blind minimum MSE or to develop new structures. As a result, we propose a family of centralized and non-centralized multiuser detectors (MUD's). The NG provides the MUD's with the equivariant and superfficiency properties, making them near-far resistant by construction and their convergence optimal. Moreover, the complexity of these structures is significantly reduced. These novel solutions are successfully applied to the multiuser synchronous CDMA channel.