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Receiver Design for Massive MIMO
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2015)
Massive multiple-input-multiple-output (MM) is becoming a promising candidate for wireless communications. The idea behind MM is to use a very large number of antennas to increase throughput and energy efficiency by one ...
Macrodiversity MIMO Transceivers
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2012)
In wireless systems, radio signals are corrupted due to fading, interference and noise. In order to handle the effects of fading and interference, modern systems employ various techniques including multi-antenna ...
Space-Frequency Equalization in Broadband Single Carrier Systems
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer engineering, 2009)
Broadband wireless access systems can be used to deliver a variety of high data rate applications and services. Many of the channels being considered for such applications exhibit multipath propagation coupled with large ...
Adaptive Equalization and Capacity Analysis for Amplify-and-Forward Relays
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2008)
Recent research has shown that multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems provide high spectral efficiencies and error performance gains. However, the use of multiple antennas in mobile terminals may not be very practical. ...
Optimization of the Fading MIMO Broadcast Channel: Capacity and Fairness Perspectives
(University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2009)
Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) systems are now a proven area in current and future telecommunications research. MIMO wireless channels, in which both the transmitter and receiver have multiple antennas, have ...