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Linear precoder design through cut-off rate maximization in MIMO-OFDM coded systems with imperfect CSIT

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Linear precoder design through cut-off rate maximization in MIMO-OFDM coded systems with imperfect CSIT
This paper proposes a linear transmitter design that aims at minimizing the packet error rate (PER) using partial channel state information at the transmitter (CSIT). The design is based on the maximization of the channel cut-off rate, which provides an upper bound on the codeword error probability over the ensemble of random codes. The advantage of this optimization criterion is that it allows to get a low PER while keeping the design independent of the specific channel code used in the system. The algorithm is derived for a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) system, and adopts a Bayesian approach to design an algorithm robust to CSI errors. The proposed algorithm converges to the open-loop transmission scheme for the case of no channel knowledge and it converges to the closed-loop design with perfect CSI for the case of no uncertainty. Simulation results evidence the performance gain in terms of PER and throughput of the proposed a...
Francesc Rey, Meritxell Lamarca, Gregori Vá
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TSP
Authors Francesc Rey, Meritxell Lamarca, Gregori Vázquez
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