By Alain Sibille, Claude Oestges, Alberto Zanella
Product Description: Foreword from Arogyaswami Paulraj, Professor (Emeritus), Stanford collage (USA) * the 1st ebook to teach how MIMO ideas could be applied in todays cellular broadband networks and elements * Explains and solves many of the useful problems that come up in designing and enforcing MIMO structures. * either conception and implementation sections are written within the context of the newest criteria: IEEE 802.11n (WiFi) IEEE 802.16 (WIMAX) 4G networks (3GPP/3GPP2, LTE).
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Main Results These results were derived by Tse et al. d. channel model, as nt → ∞ with nr = βnt , √ nt SINRk − µiid (β, ρ) converges in distribution to a N (0, Niid (β, ρ)) random variable where: µiid (β, ρ) = (β − 1) ρ 1 − + 2 β 2 (1 − β)2 ρ 2 (1 + β) ρ 1 + + 4 2 β 4 β2 and Niid (β, ρ) = 2µiid (1 + µiid )2 iid 1 + β(1+µ ρ )2 −2 µ2iid β matrix inversion lemma states that for any invertible matrix F and E: (D−1 + FE−1 FH )−1 = D − DF(E + FH DF)−1 FH DH . 13 The 19 20 CHAPTER 1 A Short Introduction to MIMO Information Theory This theorem extends previous results from Tse et al.
I see two kinds. d. 4 Aggregate parameters of MIMO radio channel models derived from the spatially resolved impulse response. Angular Delay Power Spectrum (ADPS), Angular Power Spectrum (APS), and Cluster Angular Spread (CAS). entries in the H matrix, very popular with theoreticians. M02]. 4). 3 PARAMETERS OF THE MIMO RADIO CHANNEL The channel is characterized by a time- and delay-dependent MIMO channel matrix, H(t, τ ) that contains the impulse responses from each transmit to each receive antenna (for both polarizations), calculated from dual-polarized double-directional wave propagation.
5. Type V: random changes that occur when either the Tx array or the Rx array or both are moved in steps to different locations within a local area throughout which shadowing by obstructions remains constant. 6. Type VI: random changes that occur when either the Tx array or Rx array or both are moved in steps beyond the boundaries of a (local) area with stationary characteristics. When taking MIMO measurements, it is important to keep these differences in mind. Otherwise, the results of the measurements might be interpreted erroneously.