MIMO

From Theory to Implementation

By

  • Alain Sibille
  • Claude Oestges, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
  • Alberto Zanella, CSITE-CNR, Universita di Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Foreword from Arogyaswami Paulraj, Professor (Emeritus), Stanford University (USA)
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Audience

1. Engineers employed by wireless operators, phone manufacturers, service providers, or network equipment manufacturers.

2. Regulators involved in progressing and refining the international standards for the wireless industry.

3. Academics and researchers in Wireless Communications and students studying for a BEng or MEng in Telecommunications Engineering.

 

Book information

  • Published: November 2010
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-382194-2


Table of Contents


Foreword

Preface

About the Editors, Authors and Contributors

Introduction

Part I MIMO Fundamentals

Chapter 1 A Short Introduction to MIMO Information Theory

1.1 The Shannon-Wiener Legacy: From 1948 to 2008

1.2 Preliminaries

1.3 Information Theoretic Aspects

1.4 Signal Processing Aspects

1.5 Wiener vs. Shannon: An Ever Closer Union

Chapter 2 MIMO Propagation and Channel Modeling

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Model Classification

2.3 Parameters of the MIMO Radio Channel

2.4 CSI and Channel Randomness

2.5 What Kind of Correlation in MIMO?

2.6 MIMO Measurements

2.7 What Makes a Good Channel Model?

2.8 Examples of MIMO Radio Channel Models

2.9 Some Conclusions

Acknowledgment

Chapter 3 Space Time Codes and MIMO Transmission

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Diversity and Multiplexing Gain

3.3 Theory of Space-time Coding

3.4 Space-time Code

3.5 Spatial Multiplexing

3.6 Precoding

3.7 MIMO in Current and Emerging Standards

3.8 Summary

Chapter 4 Interference Functions - A Mathematical Framework for MIMO Interference Networks

4.1 Multiuser Channels

4.2 A General Framework for Optimizing Interference Networks

4.3 Joint Interference Mitigation and Resource Allocation

4.4 Implementation Aspects

Part II Implementation

Chapter 5 Advanced Transmitter and Receiver Design

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Turbo Equalization

5.3 Turbo Equalization on Frequency-Selective MIMO Channels

5.4 Turbo Synchronization

5.5 Turbo Synchronization on Frequency-Selective MIMO Channels

Chapter 6 Implementing Scalable List Detectors for MIMO-SDM in LTE

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Radius-Based Detector Algorithm

6.3 Mapping of the Radius-Based Detector

6.4 SSFE Detector

6.5 Conclusions

Chapter 7 IEEE 802.11n Implementation

7.1 IEEE 802.11n PHY Layer Introduction

7.2 IEEE 802.11n Transmitter Part

7.3 IEEE 802.11n Receiver Part

7.4 Simulation Results

7.5 Conclusion

Chapter 8 WiMAX Implementation

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Existing Schemes in IEEE 802.16e

8.3 MIMO Candidates for IEEE 802.16m

8.4 UL-MIMO Schemes in WiMAX Systems

8.5 Cyclic Delay Diversity (CDD)

8.6 Tile-Switched Diversity (TSD)

8.7 Performance

8.8 Potential Impacts on Architecture

8.9 Conclusions

Chapter 9 LTE and LTE-Advanced

9.1 Transmission Structure

9.1.1 LTE Downlink

9.1.2 LTE Uplink

9.2 LTE MIMO Schemes

9.3 LTE-Advanced MIMO Schemes

Chapter 10 Multiple Antenna Terminals

10.1 Size-Performance Trade Off

10.2 Performance of Compact Design

10.3 Compact Design Techniques - Antenna Decoupling

10.4 Compact Design Techniques - Antenna/Channel Matching

10.5 Related Issues and Future Outlook

10.6 Conclusions

10.7 Acknowledgment

Chapter 11 Conclusion: MIMO Roadmaps

11.1 Systems and Roadmaps

11.2 A Bird's Eye View on Current and Future Prospects for MIMO

List of Symbols

List of Acronyms

References

Index