Impact of channel state information on the analysis and design of multiantenna communication systems (2007)
Abstract / truncated to 115 words
During the last decade, there has been a steady increase in the demand of high data rates that are to be supported by wireless communication applications. Among the different solutions that have been proposed by the research community to cope with this new demand, the utilization of multiple antennas arises as one of the best candidates due to the fact that it provides both an increase in reliability and also in information transmission rate. Although the use of multiple antennas at the receiver side dates back from the sixties, the full potential of multiple antennas at both communication ends has been both theoretically and practically recognized in the last few years. The design of proper ... toggle 9 keywordsMIMO – channel state information (csi) – robust design – imperfect csi – incomplete csi – linear precoding – convex optimization – phase uncertainty – multiuser systems
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