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Large MIMO Detection: A Low-Complexity Detector at High Spectral Efficiencies

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Large MIMO Detection: A Low-Complexity Detector at High Spectral Efficiencies
We consider large MIMO systems, where by `large' we mean number of transmit and receive antennas of the order of tens to hundreds. Such large MIMO systems will be of immense interest because of the very high spectral efficiencies possible in such systems. We present a low-complexity detector which achieves uncoded near-exponential diversity performance for hundreds of antennas (i.e., achieves near SISO AWGN performance in a large MIMO fading environment) with an average per-bit complexity of just O(NtNr), where Nt and Nr denote the number of transmit and receive antennas, respectively. With an outer turbo code, the proposed detector achieves good coded bit error performance as well. For example, in a 600 transmit and 600 receive antennas V-BLAST system with a high spectral efficiency of 200 bps/Hz (using BPSK and rate1/3 turbo code), our simulation results show that the proposed detector performs close to within about 4.6 dB from theoretical capacity. We also adopt the proposed de...
K. Vishnu Vardhan, Saif K. Mohammed, Ananthanaraya
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CORR
Authors K. Vishnu Vardhan, Saif K. Mohammed, Ananthanarayanan Chockalingam, B. Sundar Rajan
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