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Thorough introduction on low Complexity MIMO detection
Provides Matlab based simulation platform so readers can build up their own code
Focuses on lattice reduction based list detection within MIMO detection systems
Methods of signal detection are becoming an ever more vital component of wireless services, as providers lean towards using multiple antennae to compensate for limitations in the available wireless spectrum. The co-authors of this book are two of the world’s leading authorities on so-called MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output) systems, and here they share the key findings of their years of research. They detail a range of important techniques for signal detection when multiple transmitted and received signals are available. They then review and explain some conventional MIMO detection schemes, including the ML, linear, and SIC detectors, and show why these methodologies are less than optimal compared to the more versatile list decoding and lattice reduction-aided detection systems. In the second part of the book, the authors move on to discuss various user selection schemes in multiuser systems.
Its finely tuned balance of theoretical analysis and practical applications makes this book required reading for graduate students and wireless communications engineers, while its stepwise mode of presentation, from the elementary to the profound level, makes it remarkably accessible, given the complexities of the field.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »MAP principle - MIMO detection - ML detection - lattice reduction - list detection - multiuser MIMO systems - smart antennas - successive interference cancellation - underdetermined MIMO systems - wireless communications
Introduction.- Part I: Point to Point MIMO.- Background of MIMO Detection.- List and Lattice Reduction-based Methods.- Partial MAP-based Detection.- Lattice Reduction-based List Detection.- Detection for Underdetermined MIMO Systems.- Part II: Multiuser MIMO.- Selection Criteria of Single User.- Selection Criteria of Multiple Users.- Conclusion.