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Recent development in wireless communication-based positioning technology brings significant challenge of detecting the weak signal component arriving from the direct propagation path for Time-Of-Arrival (TOA)-based approach. Due to the common obstruction of the direct propagation path in dense multipath environments, identification of the weak direct path in these environments can be very difficult via the classical correlation-based estimator in the presence of interference from significant later arriving multipath components. A new direct path detection scheme using the multipath interference cancellation is presented in this paper. For data communication purpose, an iterative estimator with improved accuracy for joint channel and data estimation is first developed; based on which, the interference of multipath components are reconstructed and subtracted from the original received signal.
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