MATLAB >> Matlab code for LMS algorithm

by sadeyemo » Fri, 16 Jan 2004 00:39:12 GMT

I am trying to design an adaptive filter using the LMS algorithm as
written below. Can anyone advice me on where I'm going wrong. I'm
using noise as the desired response as it is unknown.

I include code which terminates at the line
E(k) = d(k) - A(k-1,:)*X(k,:).'; with the error Index exceeds matrix

Inputs are
x=wavread('sound.wav')%sound file
d=rand(1000,1)%to simulate noise

%LMS Adaptive filtering using the Widrow-Hoff LMS algorithm.
%USAGE [A,E] = lms(x,d,mu,nord,a0)
% x : input data to the adaptive filter.
% d : desired output
% mu : adaptive filtering update (step-size) parameter
% nord : number of filter coefficients
% a0 : (optional) initial guess for FIR filter
% coefficients - a row vector. If a0 is omitted
% then a0=0 is assumed.
% The output matrix A contains filter coefficients.
% - The n'th row contains the filter coefficients at time n
% - The m'th column contains the m'th filter coeff vs. time.
% - The output vector E contains the error sequence versus

function [A,E] = lms(x,d,mu,nord,a0)
[M,N] = size(X);
if nargin < 5, a0 = zeros(1,N); end
a0 = a0(:).';
E(1) = d(1) - a0*X(1,:).';
A(1,:) = a0 + mu*E(1)*conj(X(1,:));
if M>1
for k=2:M;
E(k) = d(k) - A(k-1,:)*X(k,:).';
A(k,:) = A(k-1,:) + mu*E(k)*conj(X(k,:));

Thanks in advance.

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