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When data is transmitted over the wireless communication channel, the transmit signal experiences distortion depending on the channel¬Ęs fading characteristics. On the one hand, this calls for efficient processing at the receiver to mitigate the detrimental effects of the channel and maximize data throughput. On the other hand, the diversity inherently present in these channels can be leveraged with appropriate transmit processing in order to increase the reliability of the transmission link. Recently, in [1] it was shown that the channel characteristics can be exploited to maximize the total data throughput in the interference channel where multiple user pairs rely on the same resource to communicate among themselves. In this PhD dissertation, we first propose ... toggle 8 keywords

MIMO HSDPA MMSE receiver designs equalization diversity doubly selective channels interference alignment


Shenoy, Shakti Prasad
EURECOM/Mobile Communications
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March 28, 2011

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