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Coding for MIMO communication systems [electronic resource] / Tolga M. Duman, Ali Ghrayeb.

By: Duman, Tolga M.
Contributor(s): Ghrayeb, Ali.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley & Sons, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xxviii, 338 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780470724330 (electronic bk.); 0470724331 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Space time codes | MIMO systems | Wireless communication systems | Syst�emes �a entr�ees multiples et �a sorties multiples | Codage spatio-temporel | Transmission sans fil | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Radio | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Mobile & Wireless Communications | Codierung | MIMOGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Coding for MIMO communication systems.DDC classification: 621.3840285/572 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
ContentsPreface1 Overview1.1 Need for MIMO Systems1.2 MIMO Communications in Wireless Standards1.3 Organization of the Book1.4 Other Topics in MIMO Systems2 Fading Channels and Diversity Techniques2.1 Wireless Channels2.1.1 Path Loss, Shadowing and Small Scale Fading2.1.2 Fading Channel Models2.2 Error/Outage Probabilities over Fading Channels2.2.1 Outage Probability for Rayleigh Fading Channels2.2.2 Average Error Probabilities over Rayleigh Fading Channels2.2.3 Extensions to Other Fading Channels2.2.4 Performance over Frequency Selective Fading Channels2.3 Diversity Techniques2.3.1 Types of Diversity2.3.2 System Model for Lth Order Diversity2.3.3 Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC)2.3.4 Suboptimal Combining Algorithms2.3.5 Selection Combining2.3.6 Examples2.4 Channel Coding as a Means of Time Diversity2.4.1 Block Coding over a Fully Interleaved Channel2.4.2 Convolutional Coding2.5 Multiple Antennas in Wireless Communications2.5.1 Receive Diversity2.5.2 Smart Antennas and Beamforming2.6 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 3 Capacity and Information Rates of MIMO Channels3.1 Capacity and Information Rates of Noisy Channels3.2 Capacity and Information Rates of AWGN and Fading Channels3.2.1 AWGN Channels3.2.2 Fading Channels3.3 Capacity of MIMO Channels3.3.1 Deterministic MIMO Channels3.3.2 Ergodic MIMO Channels3.3.3 Non Ergodic MIMO Channels and Outage Capacity3.3.4 Transmit CSI for MIMO Fading Channels3.4 Constrained Signaling for MIMO Communications3.5 Discussion: Why Use MIMO Systems?3.6 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 4 Space Time Block Codes4.1 Transmit Diversity with Two Antennas: The Alamouti Scheme4.1.1 Transmission Scheme4.1.2 Optimal Receiver for the Alamouti Scheme4.1.3 Performance Analysis of the Alamouti Scheme4.1.4 Examples4.2 Orthogonal Space Time Block Codes4.2.1 Linear Orthogonal Designs4.2.2 Decoding of General Space Time Block Codes4.2.3 Performance Analysis of Space Time Block Codes 4.2.4 Examples4.3 Quasi Orthogonal Space Time Block Codes4.4 Linear Dispersion Codes4.5 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 5 Space Time Trellis Codes5.1 A Simple Space Time Trellis Code5.2 General Space Time Trellis Codes5.2.1 Notation and Preliminaries5.2.2 Decoding of Space Time Trellis Codes5.3 Basic Space Time Code Design Principles5.3.1 Pairwise Error Probability5.3.2 Space Time Code Design Principles5.3.3 Examples of Good Space Time Codes5.3.4 Space Time Trellis Codes for Fast Fading Channels5.4 Representation for Space Time Trellis Codes for PSK Constellations5.4.1 Generator Matrix Representation5.4.2 Improved Space Time Code Design5.5 Performance Analysis for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.1 Union Bound for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.2 Useful Performance Bounds for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.3 Examples5.6 Comparison of Space Time Block and Trellis Codes5.7 Chapter Summary and Further Reading6 Layered Space Time Codes 6.1 Basic Bell Labs Layered Space Time (BLAST) Architectures6.1.1 VBLAST/HBLAST/SCBLAST6.1.2 Detection Algorithms for Basic BLAST.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [317]-332) and index.

ContentsPreface1 Overview1.1 Need for MIMO Systems1.2 MIMO Communications in Wireless Standards1.3 Organization of the Book1.4 Other Topics in MIMO Systems2 Fading Channels and Diversity Techniques2.1 Wireless Channels2.1.1 Path Loss, Shadowing and Small Scale Fading2.1.2 Fading Channel Models2.2 Error/Outage Probabilities over Fading Channels2.2.1 Outage Probability for Rayleigh Fading Channels2.2.2 Average Error Probabilities over Rayleigh Fading Channels2.2.3 Extensions to Other Fading Channels2.2.4 Performance over Frequency Selective Fading Channels2.3 Diversity Techniques2.3.1 Types of Diversity2.3.2 System Model for Lth Order Diversity2.3.3 Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC)2.3.4 Suboptimal Combining Algorithms2.3.5 Selection Combining2.3.6 Examples2.4 Channel Coding as a Means of Time Diversity2.4.1 Block Coding over a Fully Interleaved Channel2.4.2 Convolutional Coding2.5 Multiple Antennas in Wireless Communications2.5.1 Receive Diversity2.5.2 Smart Antennas and Beamforming2.6 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 3 Capacity and Information Rates of MIMO Channels3.1 Capacity and Information Rates of Noisy Channels3.2 Capacity and Information Rates of AWGN and Fading Channels3.2.1 AWGN Channels3.2.2 Fading Channels3.3 Capacity of MIMO Channels3.3.1 Deterministic MIMO Channels3.3.2 Ergodic MIMO Channels3.3.3 Non Ergodic MIMO Channels and Outage Capacity3.3.4 Transmit CSI for MIMO Fading Channels3.4 Constrained Signaling for MIMO Communications3.5 Discussion: Why Use MIMO Systems?3.6 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 4 Space Time Block Codes4.1 Transmit Diversity with Two Antennas: The Alamouti Scheme4.1.1 Transmission Scheme4.1.2 Optimal Receiver for the Alamouti Scheme4.1.3 Performance Analysis of the Alamouti Scheme4.1.4 Examples4.2 Orthogonal Space Time Block Codes4.2.1 Linear Orthogonal Designs4.2.2 Decoding of General Space Time Block Codes4.2.3 Performance Analysis of Space Time Block Codes 4.2.4 Examples4.3 Quasi Orthogonal Space Time Block Codes4.4 Linear Dispersion Codes4.5 Chapter Summary and Further Reading 5 Space Time Trellis Codes5.1 A Simple Space Time Trellis Code5.2 General Space Time Trellis Codes5.2.1 Notation and Preliminaries5.2.2 Decoding of Space Time Trellis Codes5.3 Basic Space Time Code Design Principles5.3.1 Pairwise Error Probability5.3.2 Space Time Code Design Principles5.3.3 Examples of Good Space Time Codes5.3.4 Space Time Trellis Codes for Fast Fading Channels5.4 Representation for Space Time Trellis Codes for PSK Constellations5.4.1 Generator Matrix Representation5.4.2 Improved Space Time Code Design5.5 Performance Analysis for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.1 Union Bound for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.2 Useful Performance Bounds for Space Time Trellis Codes5.5.3 Examples5.6 Comparison of Space Time Block and Trellis Codes5.7 Chapter Summary and Further Reading6 Layered Space Time Codes 6.1 Basic Bell Labs Layered Space Time (BLAST) Architectures6.1.1 VBLAST/HBLAST/SCBLAST6.1.2 Detection Algorithms for Basic BLAST.

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