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Multiple Antenna Systems

  • Mustafa Ergen
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Abstract

So far we have seen that demand for higher data rates at better quality of service is challenged by scarce usable radio resource and time-varying radio environment affected by fading and multipath.

Utilizing multiple antennas at the receiver and transmitter is widely touted as the key technique that markedly improves the data rate on longer range without consuming extra bandwidth or transmit power. This technology is also referred as multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communication. MIMO is now a wellmature technology; Fig. 6.1 depicts the increasing number of MIMO-related patents issued annually

Keywords

Channel Estimation MIMO System Diversity Gain Maximal Ratio Combine MIMO Channel 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mustafa Ergen
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  1. 1.BerkeleyUSA

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