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## Unitary Space-Time Modulation for Multiple-Antenna Communications in Rayleigh Flat Fading (1998)

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Venue: | IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory |

Citations: | 303 - 18 self |

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Citation Context ...se modulation, interleaving, or the transmission of pilot or training signals [1]. But, paradoxically, Rayleigh flat fading can be beneficial for a multiple-antenna communication link. It is shown in =-=[6, 19]-=- that, in a Rayleigh flat-fading environment, a link has a theoretical capacity that increases linearly with the smaller of the number of transmitter and receiver antennas, provided that the complex-v... |

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Citation Context ... within a symbol interval, one way to model the sampled received signal is to assign an autocorrelation function to the fading coefficients. One common autocorrelation function is Jakes', proposed in =-=[9]-=-. It is usually possible to select some value for T such that the fading is approximately constant over T symbols; in doing so, however, adjacent blocks of T symbols may be correlated as in Figure 10.... |

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Citation Context ... to 500 km/hr [20]) and hence it may be impractical to learn even the single coefficient between one transmitter and one receiver antenna. Motivated by these considerations, we used Shannon theory in =-=[8]-=- to analyze multiple-antenna links without imposing any training schemes and with no assumed knowledge of the random fading coefficients. The complex fading coefficients between all pairs of transmitt... |

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Citation Context ...Probability— Unknown: Suppose that two unitary space–time modulation signals and are transmitted with equal probability, and decoded with an ML receiver. Then the probability of error is and are used =-=[17]-=-. The ML receiver seeks to maximize the energy contained in the inner products that comprise . Suppose now that , and and are transmitted with equal probability. The probability of decoding error is t... |

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Citation Context ...t We obtain a closed-form expression for the probability of error by inverting the characteristic function of . The use of the characteristic function for this type of calculation is well known [14], =-=[16]-=-. Equation (B.3) may be written as (B.5) (B.7) The exponential decay of the inner integral in (B.7) as for justifies the above interchange of integration. With a change of variables, we obtain (B.8) w... |

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Citation Context ... the designers of wireless communications systems. Its effects are often mitigated by some combination of differential phase modulation, interleaving, or the transmission of pilot or training signals =-=[1]-=-. But, paradoxically, Rayleigh flat fading can be beneficial for a multiple-antenna communication link. It is shown in [6] and [19] that, in a Rayleigh flat-fading environment, a link has a theoretica... |

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Citation Context ...tter antennas increases. In an effort to increase channel capacity or lower error probability, it is accepted practice to increase the number of transmitter antennas (thereby gaining "diversity&q=-=uot; [9], [15]-=-). But increasing the number of transmitter antennas increases the required training interval and reduces the available time in which data may be transmitted before the fading coefficients change. At ... |

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Citation Context ...that maximize their pairwise Euclidean distances (see [3] and the many references therein). However, the literature on choosing vectors that minimize their pairwise correlations appears to be smaller =-=[10]-=-, [12], [22]. Moreover, the constellation design problem in T -dimensional complex space does not reduce to a design problem in 2T - dimensional real space, because d 1 = j\Phi y 2 \Phi 1 j does not e... |

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Citation Context ...s. First, in the above proof we assume that the fading is cyclically stationary. This is not restrictive since any wide-sense stationary fading process asymptotically becomes cyclically stationary as =-=[21]-=-. Second, the role of the block length is secondary to that of the coherence time . We impose the constraint that blocks of symbols be independent because it allows us to use the standard notions of m... |

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Citation Context ... the designers of wireless communications systems. Its effects are often mitigated by some combination of differential phase modulation, interleaving, or the transmission of pilot or training signals =-=[1]-=-. But, paradoxically, Rayleigh flat fading can be beneficial for a multiple-antenna communication link. It is shown in [6, 19] that, in a Rayleigh flat-fading environment, a link has a theoretical cap... |

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Citation Context ...aximize their pairwise Euclidean distances (see [3] and the many references therein). However, the literature on choosing vectors that minimize their pairwise correlations appears to be smaller [10], =-=[12]-=-, [22]. Moreover, the constellation design problem in T -dimensional complex space does not reduce to a design problem in 2T - dimensional real space, because d 1 = j\Phi y 2 \Phi 1 j does not equal t... |

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Citation Context ...r only a few antennas can be learned before a fresh fade occurs. Next-generation cellular systems in Europe will be expected to operate under very fast fading (trains moving at speeds up to 500 km/hr =-=[20]-=-) and hence it may be impractical to learn even the single coefficient between one transmitter and one receiver antenna. Motivated by these considerations, we used Shannon theory in [8] to analyze mul... |

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Citation Context ...or only a few antennas can be learned before a fresh fade occurs. Next-generation cellular systems in Europe will be expected to operate under very fast fading (trains moving at speeds up to 500 km/h =-=[20]-=-) and hence it may be impractical to learn even the single coefficient between one transmitter and one receiver antenna. Motivated by these considerations, we used Shannon theory in [8] to analyze mul... |

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Citation Context ... ). The Hadamard product in (24) therefore causes the conditional probability density (4) to depend on only the 2 min(; T ) \Gamma 1 central diagonal bands of SS y . A covariance-extension theorem in =-=[5]-=- states that one can always find a T \Theta T Hermitian nonnegative-definite matrix Q whose rank is less than or equal to min(; T ), and whose 2 min(; T ) \Gamma 1 central diagonal bands are proportio... |

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Citation Context ...each signal (except the very first) can be transmitted in 15 T \Gamma 1 time samples rather than T , but the receiver can still exploit the T -symbol coherence interval to demodulate each signal; see =-=[11]-=- for single-antenna codes with this feature. It follows that the size of the signal constellation can be reduced from L = 2 RT to L = 2 R(T \Gamma1) . For example, with R = 1 half the number of signal... |

1 |
Shitz), “nd-Convolutional codes—Parts
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Citation Context ... rows of . Hence, each signal (except the very first) can be transmitted in time samples rather than , but the receiver can still exploit the -symbol coherence interval to demodulate each signal; see =-=[11]-=- for single-antenna codes with this feature. It follows that the size of the signal constellation can be reduced from to . For example, with half the number of signals are needed. Let binary message b... |