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Cyclic Division Algebras: A Tool for Space-Time Coding

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Cyclic Division Algebras: A Tool for Space-Time Coding
Multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver ends of a wireless digital transmission channel may increase both data rate and reliability. Reliable high rate transmission over such channels can only be achieved through Space–Time coding. Rank and determinant code design criteria have been proposed to enhance diversity and coding gain. The special case of full-diversity criterion requires that the difference of any two distinct codewords has full rank. Extensive work has been done on Space–Time coding, aiming at finding fully diverse codes with high rate. Division algebras have been proposed as a new tool for constructing Space–Time codes, since they are non-commutative algebras that naturally yield linear fully diverse codes. Their algebraic properties can thus be further exploited to improve the design of good codes.
Frédérique E. Oggier, Jean-Claude Be
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where FTCIT
Authors Frédérique E. Oggier, Jean-Claude Belfiore, Emanuele Viterbo
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