MIMO systems, antenna arrays, indoor radio, telecommunication channels
The achieved capacity of the multiple-input-multiple-output wireless channel is typically dependent on the array configurations at the transmitter and receiver. Maximizing system capacity or throughput therefore requires that the arrays adapt to changing channel conditions, which may be accomplished by selecting an appropriate subset of available antenna elements for connection to the electronic transmit and receive modules. This work presents algorithms, derived using relatively straightforward information theoretic considerations, for efficiently and effectively selecting the antenna elements. Computational examples using a realistic channel model for indoor environments illustrate the performance of the techniques.
Original Publication Citation
Jensen, M. A., and M. L. Morris. "Efficient Capacity-Based Antenna Selection for MIMO Systems." Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on 54.1 (25): 11-6
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jensen, Michael A. and Morris, Matthew L., "Efficient capacity-based antenna selection for MIMO systems" (2005). Faculty Publications. 399.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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