The UE may calculate an E-DPCCH gain factor using a gain factor calculation and apply the -DPCCH gain factor.
In one example, each of the plurality of smoothed gain factor values is based on a weighted sum of at least one of the first plurality of gain factor values and at least one smoothed gain factor value.
Adjusting circuitry (62) adjusts a level of the auxiliary signal based upon the gain factor (G).
The method includes, based on the first plurality of gain factor values, calculating a plurality of smoothed gain factor values.
The UE may apply the E- DPCCH gain factor reduction to the E-DPCCH gain factor.
Any received signal that is less than or equal to the threshold is attenuated with a unity gain factor.
In all cases it is scaled down by the factor of gain GC.
The adjustment value is calculated dependent on a predetermined variable gain factor.
Preferably, the gain factor may be expressed as a function of only the threshold value.
A gain factor decision unit (106) determines a control gain based on the convergence factor and the average value.
The integral function includes an integral gain factor which functions as the variable gain in the PI controller.
The gain-controllable stage (CLN, Al, A2 ..., A7, ACC) has a gain factor that depends on a signal division factor that the reactive signal divider (CLN) provides.
Increasing the reliability gain factor increases the significance of the decision feedback filtering.