Blind Equalisation for Space-Time Coding over ISI Channels (2010)
Abstract / truncated to 115 words
Multi-input multi-output (MIMO) channels are known to increase the capacity of a transmission link. This can be exploited to increase either the multiplexing gain or the diversity gain, which leads to a higher data throughput or a better resilience of the link to fading, respectively. This thesis is concerned with the diversity gain, which, in a flat fading channel, can be maximised by Alamouti’s space-time block coding (STBC) scheme and a number of derivative techniques. For frequency selective fading, i.e. dispersive, MIMO channels, a few solutions have been reported in the literature including MIMO-OFDM, where the channel is decomposed into a number of narrowband problems, and a technique known as time-reversal STBC. For the latter, ... toggle 4 keywordsadaptive equalisation – communications – fast adaptation – coding
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