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Smart antennas employed in space division multiple access systems can cater the high demand in terms of capacity in mobile applications without further increase in radio frequency spectrum allocation. Furthermore, smart antennas provide better quality of service (QoS) and better coverage. Therefore, beam adaptive algorithms used in smart antenna systems are of great interests.
1.2 Project Aims
The project aim is to study and understand the adaptive algorithms for beamforming for Smart Antenna Systems and to develop research skills, by reading research papers and journal papers related to the topic. Moreover, to produce the technical draft that contains the analysis, results and discussion of several adaptive algorithms employed in Smart Antenna Systems. The research work conducted and a simulation will provide the better understanding of the subject and can be a possible contribution to the existing work.
1.3 Project Objectives
The project objective is to attempt systematic comparison of the performance of different Adaptive Algorithms for beamforming for Smart Antenna System. The algorithms that will be under investigation in this project will be training sequence algorithms like Recursive Least Squares (RLS) and Least Mean Squares (LMS), and Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA). Simulations will be done to find out which algorithms are best for beamforming i.e. to form main lobes towards desired user and for convergence rate. The comparison of algorithms will be made on the basis of formation of main lobe and the convergence rate. The effect of jammers in algorithms will also be studied.
1.4 Project Outcomes
The outcome of the project is come up with simulation software that will calculate the parameters of Smart Antenna and tell us which algorithm performs better in a particular situation. Moreover to prepare a research report that contains critical analysis different beam adaptive algorithms.
1.5 Structure of the report
The first chapter of the final report is the Introduction which describes the motivation for research, project aims and objectives. The second chapter is the Literature review. The overview of recent work conducted in this domain and the brief summary of several research papers studied for conducting this research has been presented. Reading list is appended in the references section. Third chapter is the introduction to antennas and smart antennas. The fundamentals parameters of antennas and smart antennas are briefly described. Fourth chapter is on smart antenna system. Types of smart antennas and their comparison are done in detail. In fifth chapter description about the signal processing algorithms is presented. Lastly given are the results and conclusion.
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Smart antenna is the most efficient leading innovation for maximum capacity and improved quality and coverage . They can adapt to varying traffic requirements dynamically. Smart antennas radiate narrow beam to serve different users and are normally employed at base stations. The complex weight computations that are based on different criteria are integrated in the signal processor in the form of software algorithms . Due to the rapid growing demand in mobile applications not only for capacity but for high quality of service (QoS) and better coverage without increasing the radio frequency spectrum allocation the wireless systems that uses fixed antenna systems will no longer be in use  discuss the need for smart antennas in space division multiple access systems. The article focused on adaptive beam forming approach based on smart antennas the adaptive algorithms that are employed to compute the complex weight are discussed and LMS and RLS in particular. The fact that error computed from the filter at time n is used to provide the filter coefficient at time n+1 provides a nontraditional way to understand adaptive algorithms.  describe the approach of seeing classical adaptive algorithm like LMS, RLS, CMA, Decision directed) as recursive structures.  Explain the normalized least mean square (NLMS) algorithm for smart antenna system. The algorithm was implemented on the StarCore SC3400 DSP core and the performance was evaluated on MSC8144 DSP and the antenna coverage pattern was obtained and analyzed to find towards the desired signal source. With adaptive beamforming algorithm to name LMS for smart antenna the downlink multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) multi-carrier code division multiple access system is proposed .  Describes the sequential Studies of beamforming algorithms for smart antenna systems.
2.1 Scope of Smart Antennas
Smart antennas assured to award the significant increment in the capacity of system and its performance in the wireless communication system . Which will eventually lead into increase profits for the telecommunications companies and also a decline in blocked and dropped calls.
It's been about 45 years Antenna was first used in applications related to radar communication in the form of fixed array. In later years many researches on antenna helped into smart antennas and tiled the way for their uses in commercial wireless systems . These are the main reasons smart antennas got so much interest over the few years. At present the application of smart antennas are predominant at the mobile base stations due to compact area and processing power requirements . Currently, a lot of research is going on the mobile terminal based smart antennas. In the coming future we can expect smart antenna skills to be present at the base station and mobile terminal too.
Chapter 3: Introduction to Antenna's and Smart Antenna
According to IEEE Standard Definitions of Terms for Antenna, it is defined as a means for radiating or receiving radio waves.
3.2 Fundamental parameters of Antenna
The fundamental parameters of Antenna are:
Directive gain and directivity
Power gain and Radiation efficiency
Front to Back ratio
Antenna beam efficiency
Radiation pattern show the angular variation of field strength. They are drawn at some distance 'r' proportional to field intensity in the direction Î¸ and Ï†.
Normalized Field Pattern:
It is obtained by dividing the field component by its maximum value. It is dimensionless.
EÎ¸(Î¸,Ï†) = EÎ¸(Î¸,Ï†) / EÎ¸(Î¸,Ï†) max
Power Radiation Pattern:
Power density Pd is defined as power flow per unit area and is given by:
Pd(Î¸,Ï†) =1/2*[E (Î¸,Ï†)] 2/Î·0
Pattern may also be expressed in terms of power per unit solid angle .The normalized power pattern can also be expressed in terms of this parameter as the ratio of radiation intensity U(Î¸,Ï†) as function of angle to its max value.
Pn(Î¸,Ï†) = Pd(Î¸,Ï†) / Pd max(Î¸,Ï†)
The co-ordinates are Î¸ and dB are used to draw the pattern and calculate by following relation:
3.2.2 Radiation Intensity
The power radiated from an antenna per unit solid angle is called the radiation intensity 'U'.
3.2.3 Directive Gain and Directivity
For omnidirectional antenna: the power density at all the points on the surface of a sphere will be same.
Pavg = Prad/4Ï€r2
The directive gain is defined as the ratio of the power density Pd(Î¸,Ï†) to the average power radiated. For isotropic antenna, the value of directive gain is unity. The directive gain can be defined as a measure of the concentration of the radiated power in a particular direction (Î¸,Ï†) . The ratio of the maximum power density to the average power radiated is called maximum directive gain or directivity of the antenna.
GDmax = Pdmax/Pavg
3.2.4 Power Gain and Radiation efficiency
The relation between input power and power radiated is given as:
The power radiated and the ohmic power loss can be expressed in terms of r.m.s. current as:
The ratio of the power radiated in a particular direction (Î¸,Ï†) to the actual power input to the antenna is called power gain of antenna.
3.2.5 Front to Back ratio (FBR)
It is the ratio of the power radiated in the desired direction to the power radiated in the opposite direction.
FBR = Power radiated in desired direction/Power radiated in opposite direction
FBR depends on frequency of operation, spacing between antenna elements (inversely proportional) and electrical length of the parasitic elements of the antenna. FBR is an important consideration especially in receiving antennas
3.2.6 Antenna Beamwidth
Antenna beamwidth is the measure of the directivity of the antenna. The antenna beamwidth is an angular width in degrees. It is measured on a radiation pattern on a major lobe.
3.2.7 Beam efficiency
Total beam area Î©A consists of the main beam area Î©M plus the minor lobe area Î©m.
Î©A= Î©M+ Î©m
So Beam Efficiency is,
M= Î©M/ Î©A
The ratio of minor lobe Î©m area to the total beam area Î©A is called stray factor.
Em= Î©m/ Î©A
EM + Em= 1
3.3 Smart Antenna
The smart antenna is defined as an antenna array system that is supported by processing system that deals with the received and transmitted signal by the array using proper array algorithms to advance wireless system performance. 
Numbers of distributive antenna elements are combined to make arrays of antennas called smart antenna. The different signals collected by individual antenna are calculated in such a manner that increases the signal strength of desired signal and reduces interference from other signals. 
A smart antenna can be observed as a combination of antennas, whose transmitted or received signals are processed using smart algorithms. These smart algorithms make antenna work efficiently, and reliable in communication . Main purpose of smart antenna is that the signal comes from the source hit the target in that way if the target is moving the antenna is such a smart and intelligent that it would change its direction according to the target movement and the main lobe of the antenna must be toward the target so that the maximum strength of the signal strikes the target. Mostly Smart antennas are being used in wireless communication systems to provide interference reduction and enhance user capacity and the data rates .
3.4 Uses of Smart Antenna
Smart antennas are considered useful in the wireless communication systems. The area coverage and the capacity of a system are increased by Smart antennas. Maximum data rate is increased by using smart antennas in multipath and diminish fading due to the terminating the component of multipath. One of its most useful applications is direction finding with the applications including emergency services and traffic monitoring .
In areas with less population, extended coverage is predominant in those areas than increased capacity. I such areas the gain provided by the antennas can extend the range covered by a cell and hence more users can communicate with less system capacity than any other typical antenna.
It is used for the interference reduction and rejection as well. Finding the location of user will be a useful application of smart antenna, geo-locations of user and to make downlink beam forming easy .
Smart antennas are currently used in Radars, Radio astronomy and mostly used in cellular systems to keep the system speed equal with the number of increasing subscribers. It is also used in defense for safe communication purpose.
3.5CHARACTERISTICS OF SMART ANTENNA
There are four main characteristics of smart antenna,
DOA (direction of arrival) evaluation
3.5.1 DIRECTION OF ARRIVAL / ANGLE OF ARRIVAL
"A measure of the direction of the propagation of electro magnetic radiation upon arrival at a receiver; it is the angle between the plan of the phase front and some plan of reference, usually the horizontal, at the receiver antenna". 
Direction of arrival indicates the direction from which usually a signal arrives at a point . We can guess the direction of arrival of the signal by using different techniques like multiple signal classification. In this technique an algorithm is used to for frequency estimation and the location of emitter, matrix pencil method or their derivatives. 
Geodesic location or Geo-location of the cell phones is the main application of direction of arrival nowadays .Multiple base stations calculate the angle of arrival of the cell phone signal and this information is combined to locate the cell phone anywhere on the earth.
It is generally used to locate the pirate or military radio transmission point. In submarines acoustics, angle of arrival is the method to localize objects with active and passive ranging .
Beam forming is a technique of digital signal processing and its is used for directional signal transmission or reception form the preferred signal direction as compared to some undesired direction . It mean that the techniques which we used have the capability to make the radiation pattern of the antenna by constructive and destructive interference for reception and transmission and to accept moving beams in the direction of preferred signal and put nulls in the direction of interfering signals. This mean due to this co-channel and interference reduce and antenna gain is increased in the direction of desired signal .
These rebounds from different surfaces can set up time delays, attenuations, phase shifts, and distortions that can interfere with each other at the receiver end of the antenna. It can be set by the digital signal processing techniques used in smart antenna system .
3.5.3 ANTENNA DIVERSITY
Antenna diversity uses more then two antennas to develop the quality and dependability of a wireless link . Specially in the areas where LOS is not clear between transmitter and receiver. Before reaching at the receiver end signal is reflected along several paths. This result in introducing phase shift, time delays, attenuation, and distortion which results in the interference between signal arriving before and after the particular signal .As two or more antennas receive several observations of the same signal they will calculate the most strengthen signal give the output.
It means the half-power beam-width . The maximum radiation strength is found, and then the points on both side of the maximum, represent half power of the maximum strength are located. The distance between the half power points is known as the beam-width .Half of the power expressed in decibels is -3dB, so half power beam-width is often referred to as the 3dB beam-width. We considered both horizontal and vertical beam-widths. 
3.6 TYPES OF SMART ANTENNAS
There are two major types of smart antenna switched beam smart antenna and adaptive array smart antenna.
3.6.1 SWITCHED BEAM SMART ANTENNA
There are different permanent beam patterns presented in switched beam system. A decision is made as to which beam to be taken, at any given point in time, depend upon the necessities of the system .
3.6.2 ADAPTIVE ARRAY SMART ANTENNA
It allows the antenna to focus the beam to any direction of direction of desired signal continuously ignoring interfering signals. Beam direction can be estimated using the direction of arrival (DOA) estimation methods .
For the most part smart antennas are employed at the base station in the mobile network to improve system capacity. Capacity means the number of the users that can be handled in a system. Using of Omni-directional antennas originate co-channel interference when two users use the same band of frequency that finally limits the user capacity in the system . In case of smart antennas beams are focused towards the desired user minimize interference to other users using the same frequency band.
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It helps against multipath fading noise which improves dependability of received signal. Reduced power consumption for cell phones, low probability of interception and detection improved location estimation and improved range of reception .
Most major disadvantages of smart antenna is in their design and completion in hardware. Multi RF chains can boost the price and make the transceiver bulkier .
Most of the devices in the making of a typical antenna used non-linear devices and using smart antenna also increases the components used. If not checked properly, this affects the performance of the antenna .
As the data bandwidth required for the digital signal processing increases with the number of antenna elements used. This can limit the data rate for different applications
Chapter 4 SMART ANTENNA SYSTEM
Smart Antenna System is combination of multiple antennas which Transmit or Receive Signals using an Adaptation Algorithm . A smart antenna system is combination of many antennas elements with a signal receiving and transmitting ability to optimize its radiation and reception pattern robotically in reaction to the signal environment .
4.2 TYPES OF SMART ANTENNA SYSTEMS
There are mainly two ways to implement antennas that dynamically change their antenna radiation pattern to minimize interference or multipath affects by increasing coverage area and range.
â€¢ Switched beam: There are finite numbers of fixed patterns which are defined by the system (sectors)
â€¢ Adaptive arrays: There are an infinite number of patterns (scenario-based) which are adjusted in real time
The Switched beam approach is easy and simple then the adaptive approach. It increases the network capacity as compared to the usual Omni-directional antenna systems. In this technique, an antenna array produces over lapping beams that cover the neighboring area as in the figure . When a signal is coming and detected, the base station determine the beam that is best associated in the signal-of-interest direction and then switch that beam toward the user for communication .
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The Adaptive array system is efficient then the switched array technique . A mobile user is tracked by this system constantly by routing the main beam towards the destination and at the same time sending no signal in the direction of interfering signals like switched beam.
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4.2.1 SWITCHED BEAM SYSTEMS
Switched beam antenna systems make many fixed beams with finely tuned sensitivity in particular directions . These antenna systems detect strength of signal, choose one from numerous already determined, fixed beams, and switch his beam from one beam to another as the user moves during the sector . The output of many antennas combine through Switched beam systems in such a way that it form finely directional beams with more selectivity than can be achieve with usual, single-element antenna technique.
In this type of adaptive approach in reality did not steer or scan the beam in the direction of the desired signal . Switched beam use an antenna array which radiates a number of overlapping permanent beams covering a elected angular area. The directional beam leads to increase the factor of a frequency reuse in channel by decreasing possible interference and it also increases the range . These antennas system not have a uniform gain in all directions but when they are compared to simple antenna system they have more gain or increased gain in the desired directions. The Switched beam antenna has a switching method that enables the system to select and then switch the desired beam which gives the best response for a mobile user. The selection is generally based on maximum received power for user .
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A usual switched beam system for a base station consists of many antennas with each array covering a certain sector in cell. Take an example of switched beam-forming system below . It consists of a phase shifting network, which forms many beams look in certain directions. The RF switch targets the correct beam in the direction of interest. The measurement for selecting of the correct beam is done by the control logic unit. The control logic unit is controlled by an algorithm which scans all the beams and then selects that beam which is strongest signal based on a measurement calculated by the algorithm.
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This technique is not good when interference is high this technique is simple in operation. Let us consider an example where User 1 is at the side-edge of the beam receiving low power which is entertained by this beam . If there is a second user were at the direction of the null then there will be no interference but if the second user also moves into the direction where user 1 is located then there will be interference occur therefore the switched beam system is suitable where there is no interference 
4.2.2 ADAPTIVE ARRAY ANTENNAS
Switched beam systems only give a limited performance improvement when compared to common antenna systems in wireless communication . Greater improved performance can be achieved by using superior signal processing technique to practice the information achieved by the antenna arrays. The adaptive array system is Opposite to switched beam systems, they are smarter because they are able to react to the changing RF environment. They have a huge amount of radiation patterns as compared to fixed finite patterns in switched beam systems to adjust in the changing radio frequency environment . An Adaptive array is just like a switched beam system which use number of antennas but they are controlled by signal processing . This signal processing moves the radiation beam towards a desired user as he changes his direction and ii limit the interference happen from other users by launch nulls in their directions. This is shown in figure below .
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Here are the differences between switched bean array and adaptive beam array
4.3.1 SWITCHED BEAM SYSTEM
It uses many preset directional beams with slim beam-widths.
The necessary phase shifts be provide by normal preset phase shifting networks e.g. the butler matrix .
They do not need difficult algorithms, easy algorithms are used for selection of beam
It need only reasonable relations between mobile and base station as compared to adaptive array system .
Because low technology is used it has minor price and complication.
Mixing is easy and cheap into existing cellular system.
It give important increase in coverage and capacity compare normal antenna based systems .
Since many slim beams are used, normal intra-cell hand-offs occur between beam when a mobile moves from one beam to another .
It does not make a distinction between direct signal and interfering signal this leading to undesired improvement of the interfering signal more than the desired signal .
â€¢ Switched beam systems offers limited co-channel interference control as compared to the adaptive array system.
4.3.2 ADAPTIVE ARRAY SYSTEM
A whole adaptive system; moves the beam towards desired signal and put nulls toward interfering signal directions .
It is implemented on DSP technology .
To steer the beam and the nulls complicated adaptive algorithm is required .
Rejection capably of interference is much better then the switching beams system .
It is difficult to impose on existing systems, i.e. up gradation is hard and costly.
Since nonstop moving of the beam is required as the user moves, high contact between the mobile and base station is required .
It provides improved coverage and improved capacity because of improved interference elimination as compare to the Switched beam.
It can either decline multipath components or add them by correcting the delays to improve the signal quality.
4.4 ANTENNA'S SMARTNESS
Smart antenna systems using these adaptive systems are quite smart in the true sense and that is why they are referred as smart antennas . The smartness of these systems is due to the intelligent processor using digital processing techniques which are integrated in these systems. These signal processing techniques use complex algorithms which are our main concern in our project .
As modern world is using advanced technology in different fields, smart antenna also comes with such type of digital formation algorithms that operate the signals in accurate and flexible manner. On the way to the smart antenna, the signal is received, converted and modulated for transmission into digital signal and at the other end it is reconverted in analog information .
4.4.1 BASIC MECHANISM
There are a lot of function a smart antenna can perform on the bases of techniques used for desired scenario. Some of them major functions smart antenna can perform are listed below
First: Smart antenna can locate the direction as well as the angle of arrival of all the incoming signals . Whether they are interfering in the signal of our interest or they are same signals arriving at the antenna from different directions after reflection from different surfaces. Their direction is estimated by the processing techniques used in smart antennas.
Secondly: The signal of our interest can separated from the cluster of all the incoming signals using smart antenna systems.
Lastly a beam is moving in the direction of the wanted signal and the user is traced when he moves in the area and placing noting at interfering signal directions by continually updating the weights .
It is pretty obvious that the direction of radiation beam of the main lobe in an array depends upon the phase difference between the elements of the array. Thus it is possible to constantly move the main beam in any direction by adjusting the phase difference between the elements. The same concept is used in adaptive array systems in which the phase is tuned to attain highest radiation in the most wanted direction.
4.5 ADAPTIVE ALGORITHM CLASSIFICATIONS
The adaptive algorithms can be classify into category base on different approach given below
Continuous adaptation: The algorithms based on this technique fine-tune the weights as the arriving data is sampled and continue updating it in such a way that it converges to an finest solution. This approach is suit able when the signal information is varying with time.
Examples: The Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm and the Recursive Least square (RLS) algorithm .
Block adaptation: The algorithms based on this technique calculate the weights depend on the approximation achieve from a temporary chunk of data . This method can be used in a non-stationary situation provided the weights are calculated from time to time.
Example: The Sample Matrix Inversion (SMI) algorithm .
Reference signal based algorithms: These types of algorithms worked on the principal of minimization of the mean square error between the received signal and the original signal. Hence it is necessary that an original signal is available which has high relationship with the desired signal .
Examples: The Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm, The Recursive Least square (RLS) algorithm .
Blind adaptive algorithms: These algorithms do not want any original signal information. They are generating the necessary ordinal signal from the received signal to get the desired signal.
Examples: The Constant Modulus Algorithm (CMA).
It is obvious that themselves antennas or not much intelligent to perform such.It is the importance of antenna system which is such clever in aspect of advanced signal processing algorithms. In order to use the smart antenna to its full smart techniques superior and computationally smart algorithms must be used.
There are number of algorithms which are optimized and specialized for different smart antenna system and for different scenarios. For this purpose here are the few algorithms we have studied till the day to get a brief idea about the smart antenna systems are given below.
LMS (Least Mean Squares)
RLS (Recursive Least Squares)
CMA (Constant Modulus Algorithm)
We will try to give a logical comparison on the performance of different Adaptive Algorithms for beam forming for our Smart Antenna. In this study we have exposed that these algorithms RLS and LMS are best for making beam forming like main lobe towards desired user but they have boundaries towards reject interference. In case of CMA has improved response towards beam forming and it gives improved results for interference rejection, but there is a problem the Bit Error Rate (BER) is greatest and high in case of single antenna element in CMA. It is confirmed that convergence rate of RLS is faster than LMS so RLS is proved the best choice for us. The effect of changing step size for LMS algorithm has also been studied.
5.1 CMA (CONSTANT MODULUS ALGORITHM)
CMA is based on those methods which are old but many of them are modified or completely changed techniques. This is popular algorithm and we are using this algorithm for blind adaptive array processing for beam pattern. But there is a problem with this algorithm it has low convergence rate because it is a type of instant gradient searching method depend on performance surface. Later some enhanced algorithms such as orthogonal constant modulus (OCMA) and least square constant modulus algorithm (LSCMA) are proposed .OCMA use the Newton algorithm and LSCMA is a type of block-update interactive algorithm. Both use estimation of revision of covariance matrix. This means high calculation complexity and convergence rate is improved. But they will not converge when covariance matrix is positive and singular. Faster convergence rate, constant convergence steps, lower computational complexity and better numerical stability will be achieved with instant gradient searching and conjugate gradient algorithm .
A constant modulus algorithm based on modified conjugate gradient for adaptive array processing. CMA algorithm has the similar performance as high convergence rate algorithm such as LSCMA; there is an advantage that they do not need to perform matrix inversion and its performance is improved then other type of conjugate gradient algorithms
5.2 LMS (Least Mean Squares) and RLS (Recursive Least Squares)
An adaptive algorithm has a natural recursive formation even in the case of a limited impulse response modelization. As the error computer for the filter at time n is used to provide the filter coefficient at time n+1 .the clear beginning of this recursiveness provides a non traditional way of understanding adaptive algorithms, This is used first to simplify the freshly obtained results on block algorithms which have the same properties as sample by sample algorithms and then lastly to characterize the adaptive behavior of the constant modulus algorithm.
Research shows that LMS can be expressed in terms of a recursive filter, the coefficient of this recurrence being the correlation coefficients of the input signal. Classical results are easily retrievable. The solution is the only stable points of LMS and RLS algorithms. Under appropriate assumptions the main result is obtained in CMA case .
We will try to show in this report about this algorithm that an precise writing of the natural recursiveness of adaptive filtering can be held help full in role in various aspects of study about the adaptive algorithms, that is the offshoot of resourceful block algorithms, and the convergence study of the algorithm with the error of high order criteria. But further work will be required to fully utilize this initial study.
CHAPTER 6: RESULTS AND CONCLUSION
6.1 MATLAB CODE INTRODUCTION
In this MATLAB program file (LMS), LMS stands for 'Least Mean Square.LMS algorithms are a group of adaptive filter used to duplicate a desired filter by finding the coefficients of filter that relate to producing the least mean squares of the error signal (difference between the desired and the original signal). Some of the system parameters are also declared i.e. number of symbols for OFDM, fast Fourier transform size for sampling rate, guard size or interval (small symbol rate construct the use of a guard interval between symbols inexpensive, making it possible to handle time-spreading and remove
Inter-symbol interference (ISI)), active and virtual carriers, angle
of arrival (determining the direction of propagation of a
radio-frequency wave incident on an antenna array), number of antennas, antenna spacing (improve performance i.e. SNR) and weights of beam-former
In the receive beam-former the signal from every antenna may be enlarged
by a unlike "weight." unlike weighting patterns can be used to attain
the desired sensitivity patterns. A main lobe is produced mutually with nulls and side lobes. As well as controlling the main lobe width (the beam) and the
side lobe levels, the place of a null can be controlled. This is helpful
to ignore noise or jammers in one particular direction).
6.2 OFDM TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
PSK MAPPER is a function use to maps the bits on the PSK symbols then
serial to parallel conversion for adding virtual carriers and guard size and then parallel to serial conversion for transmission and at the receiver serial to parallel conversion for removing guard time.
In an OFDM system, each channel can be busted into a range of sub-carriers.
The use of sub-carriers makes best use out of the frequency spectrum but also require extra processing by the transmitter and receiver. This extra processing is necessary to change a serial bit-stream into some parallel bit-streams to be divided among the individual carriers. Once the bit-stream has been divided among the individual sub-carriers, each sub-carrier is modulated as if it was an individual channel before all channels are joint back together and transmitted as a whole. The receiver perform the reverse process to divide the incoming signal into suitable sub-carriers and then demodulating these individually before reconstruct the original bit-stream. Path delay controlling power and rate in the channel. Then LMS algorithm, beam-former output, error function values and upgrading weights only for known elements
6.3 MATLAB SIMULATION RESULTS
Here are the results of these algorithms from the mat-lab code for smart antenna on the bases of different scenarios of our choice. These entire three algorithms will work differently in these scenarios. We will figure out which works best.
6.3.1 LMS ALGORITHM
18.104.22.168 MAIN FEATURES
Decision directed adaptive beam-forming algorithm
Based on stochastic approach
Performance index is mean square error
The weight vector feedback update equation is,
x(n) is the input
w(n) are the weights for the system
w(n+1) are the updated weights
en-1(n) is error estimate given by,
22.214.171.124 LMS WITH SINGLE USERS
Number of antennas = 5
Number of ofdm symbols = 50
Angle of arrival = 0 degree
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As we have noticed on the figure above the simulation results shows that how LMS work and perform in single user mode.the user at o degree mean that angle of arrival is at o degree the beamformed is in the direction of user we use 5 antennas in this example and number of OFDM symbol are 50 . If we increase the number of antennas our value is very accurate and close to our desired value.which means maximum power or desired power only toward the user. So by increasing the number of antenna we can achieve the perfect signal toward desired user. We have also noticed that by increasing the OFDM symbols there is no impact or change on beamforming . We have also noticed that the convergence rate of LMS is slow and low there are some side lobes also accur we can reduce them by increasing number of antennas.amplitude plot show that maximum signal at 0 degree the amplitude at 0 degree is high
126.96.36.199 LMS WITH JAMMER
Number of ofdm symbol=50
Jammers at 30 and 150 degree
Angle of arrival at 0 degree
Number of antenna =5
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It analyzes the performance of LMS algorithm for a case with two jammers It uses the multipath channel with a number of delays as specified by the user.. Figure shows the polar beam pattern of the 5 element array, with the user at 0o. The jamming signals are depicted by the two red lines at their respective spatial location
The simulation shows that the main lobe of the beam is being directed fully in the direction of the desired user. At the same time we can note that nulls are being placed in the direction of the jamming signals, thus, interference from jammers is being effectively suppressed. This shows successful performance of adaptive beam-forming by LMS algorithm, in the presence of jammers.
The figure above shows the amplitude response pattern of the antenna array. The red line depicts the AOA of the desired user. The blue lines show the AOA of the interfering (jamming) signals
6.3.2 RLS ALGORITHM
188.8.131.52 MAIN FEATURES
Decision directed adaptive beam-forming algorithm
Based on deterministic approach
Performance index is the sum of weighted error squares for the given data.
The tap weight vector update equation is,
en-1(n) is error estimate given by,
k(n) is gain vector given by,
Where Ïˆ is updated through the equation
ÏˆÎ»-1(n)=Î»-f(ÏˆÎ»-1 (n-1)-k(n)*[xT(n)* ÏˆÎ»-1 (n-1)])â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦.(6.7)
Where Î» is known as forgetting factor that determines the emphasis putted by the algorithms on the previous samples of the received data.
184.108.40.206 RLS WITH SINGLE USER
Number of antennas=5
Number of ofdm symbols=50
Angle of arrival=0 degree
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As we noticed on the figure above the simulation results shows that how rls work and perform in single user mode.the user at o degree mean that angle of arival is at o degree the beamformed is in the direction of user we use 5 antennas in this example and number of ofdm symbol are 50 .if we increase the number of antennas our value is very accurate and close to our desired value mean maximum power or desired power only toward the user.so by increasing the number of antenna we can achieve the perfect signal toward desired user.we also noticed that by increasing the ofdm symbols there is no impact or change on beamforming .we also noticed that the convergence rate of rls is better and fast
220.127.116.11 RLS WITH JAMMERS
It analyzes the performance of RLS algorithm for a case with two jammers It uses the multipath channel with a number of delays as specified by the user. Figure shows the polar beam pattern of the 5 element array, with the user at 0o. The jamming signals are depicted by the two red lines at their respective spatial location.
Angle of arrival of user=0'
Number of Antennas=5
Number of OFDM Symbols=50
Angle of Arrival of jammers=30, 150
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The simulation shows that the main lobe of the beam is being directed fully in the direction of the desired user. At the same time we can note that nulls are being placed in the direction of the jamming signals, thus, interference from jammers is being effectively suppressed. This shows successful performance of adaptive beam-forming by RLS algorithm, in the presence of jammers.
6.3.3 CMA ALGORITHM
18.104.22.168 MAIN FEATURES
Blind adaptive beam-forming algorithm
It exploits the constant amplitude property of OFDM symbol
The tap weight vector update equation is,
w is the weight vector
k(n) is the input
en-1(n) is error estimate given by,
22.214.171.124 CMA WITH SINGLE USER
Number of antennas=5
Number of ofdm symbols=50
Angle of arrival=0 degree
0: Figure 6.5
As we noticed on the figure above the simulation results shows that how cma work and perform in single user mode.the user at o degree mean that angle of arival is at o degree the beamformed is in the direction of user we use 5 antennas in this example and number of ofdm symbol are 50 .if we increase the number of antennas our value is very accurate and close to our desired value mean maximum power or desired power only toward the user.so by increasing the number of antenna we can achieve the perfect signal toward desired user.we also noticed that by increasing the ofdm symbols there is no impact or change on beamforming .we also noticed that the convergence rate of cma is slow and low .amplitude graph show that maximum amplitude at angle of arrival
126.96.36.199 CMA WITH JAMMERS
It analyzes the performance of CMA algorithm for a case with two jammers CMA uses the multipath channel with a number of delays as specified by the user.. Figure shows the polar beam pattern of the 5 element array, with the user at 0o. The jamming signals are represented by the two red lines at their respective spatial location.
Angle of arrival of user=0'
Number Of Antennas=5
Number of OFDM Symbols=50
Angle Of Arrival of jammers=30, 150
0: Figure 6.6
The simulation shows that the main lobe of the beam is being directed fully in the direction of the desired user. At the same time we can note that nulls are being placed in the direction of the jamming signals, thus, interference from jammers is being effectively suppressed. This shows successful performance of adaptive beam-forming by CMA algorithm, in the presence of jammers.
6.4 COMPARISON BETWEEN LMS, RLS AND CMA
We have compare these three algorithms (CMA, LMS, RLS) in different situation like jammers, single user and noticed their beam-forming pattern and amplitude response and convergence rate. We see that RLS is faster than LMS and CMA in case of convergence rate .in single user beam-forming response of RLS, CMA and LMS are same but different convergence rate. They give better response towards beam-forming but interference also occurs in single user.
In case of jammers LMS completely produce null but CMA and RLS produce little interference which means LMS work better in jammers in case of convergence rate LMS and CMA is still behind from RLS so convergence rate of RLS is better than LMS and CMA. We noticed that when we increase the number of antennas the main lobe become thin and only angle of arrival will receive the maximum signal and interference reduce on the other hand gain of antenna will be increased thus user can achieved maximum reception. on other side it consume less power because slim or thin beam will consume less power then the big or wide beam. we concluded that the convergence rate of LMS is slow due to Eigen value spread due to this problem use of RLS is needed which replace the Eigen value with step size thus convergence rate is improved in RLS.
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