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CORR
2006
Springer
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Maximum Entropy MIMO Wireless Channel Models
In this contribution, models of wireless channels are derived from the maximum entropy principle, for several cases where only limited information about the propagation environmen...
Maxime Guillaud, Mérouane Debbah, Aris L. M...
JCM
2008
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MIMO Channel Sounder at 3.5 GHz: Application to WiMAX System
The use of antenna arrays at emission and reception seems to represent a prominent solution for future wireless systems, it improves data rates and enhances the quality of service....
Hanna Farhat, Guy Grunfelder, Alvaro Carcelen, Gha...
TCOM
2010
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9 years 4 months ago
Concise Derivation of Scattering Function from Channel Entropy Maximization
In order to provide a concise time-varying SISO channel model, the principle of maximum entropy is applied to scattering function derivation. The resulting model is driven by few p...
François-Xavier Socheleau, Christophe Laot,...
VTC
2010
IEEE
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9 years 8 months ago
Multi-Polarized Channel Statistics for Outdoor-to-Indoor and Indoor-to-Indoor Channels
- Compared to classical spatial MIMO wireless systems, cross-polarized MIMO systems are an interesting way to reduce equipment size while reducing the inter-antenna correlation. Cr...
Ali Panahandeh, François Quitin, Jean-Miche...
ICC
2009
IEEE
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10 years 4 months ago
EM-Based Maximum-Likelihood Sequence Detection for MIMO Optical Wireless Systems
—A major performance-limiting factor in terrestrial optical wireless (OW) systems is turbulence-induced fading. Exploiting the additional degrees of freedom in the spatial dimens...
Nestor D. Chatzidiamantis, Murat Uysal, Theodoros ...
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