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Generalized Spatial Modulation MIMO for Indoor LOS mmWave Communications

Schriftenreihe Advances in Mechatronics, Band 41
€ 19,80
 
ISBN 978-3-99062-105-9
Artikelnummer 20190411
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178 Seiten, 4-farbig, 17 x 24, Softcover
Autoren
Peng Liu
Aus dem Inhalt
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Background
  • 3 Fixed-Nu Generalized Spatial Modulation
  • 4 Variable-Nu Generalized Spatial Modulation
  • 5 Experimental Assessment of Generalized Spatial Modulation
  • 6 Conclusions and Outlook
  • A Appendix for Chapter 3
  • B Appendix for Chapter 4
  • C Appendix for Chapter 5
Ihr persönlicher Kontakt
Noemi Tifan
n.tifan@trauner.at

Produktinformation

Spatial modulation (SM) and generalized SM (GSM) are emerging low-complexity multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) schemes for wireless communications. The operating principle of SM/GSM is radically different from conventional spatial multiplexing (SMX) MIMO schemes like D-BLAST and V-BLAST. In SMX, typically all the transmitter (TX) antennas are activated for simultaneous transmission of multiple data streams. In SM/GSM, however, only a subgroup of TX antenna(s) are activated and switched for data transmission. In SM/GSM, in addition to the conventional IQ domain, information is carried also in a so-called spatial domain. The main benefits of using SM/GSM, as compared to SMX, include: 1) reduced hardware complexity especially at the TX, 2) improved energy efficiency at the TX, and 3) reduced signal processing complexity at the receiver (RX). In this thesis, we study SM/GSM and target the application to broadband indoor line-ofsight (LOS) millimeter-wave (mmWave) communications.

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