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This work deals with the use of an antenna array at the base station of a mobile communication system for transmission. In reception, solutions that exploit the antenna array are now well established. In transmission, however, the problem remains open. Two approaches are possible : exploit the array by using beamforming techniques or by using diversity techniques. These two approaches are based on opposite assumptions about the channels correlation, which implies a greater or smaller distance between antennas, depending on the environment. In practice, these assumptions are not verified. Here, we aim to deal with the problem as a whole for better exploiting the antenna array. This work treats the mono-user case, as well as ... toggle 10 keywords

beamforming diversity wireless mimo smart antennas minimum ber formation de voie diversité communications sans fils multi-user


Zanatta Filho, Danilo
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
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Jan. 2, 2012

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