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The ever increasing demand for mobility calls for new mobile communication systems that deal more efficiently with the very limited bandwidth available. While such systems do exist and work well in computer simulations, little is known about their performance under real world conditions. Little is also known about how to best determine and compare the throughput performance of such wireless communication schemes in specific, realistic outdoor scenarios. The range of effective answers spans from performing numerical simulations to building prototypes. In recent years we have determined that a cost, time, and manpower efficient ---as well as effective--- method is that of carrying out quasi-realtime testbed measurements. In this approach, all possible transmit data is generated ... toggle 5 keywords

MIMO testbed wimax HSDPA measurements


Caban, Sebastian
Vienna University of Technology
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Nov. 21, 2009

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