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SIMULATION OF SPACE-TIME BLOCK CODING IN BROADBAND INDOOR FADING CHANNEL USING MATLAB

Originální název

SIMULATION OF SPACE-TIME BLOCK CODING IN BROADBAND INDOOR FADING CHANNEL USING MATLAB

Anglický název

SIMULATION OF SPACE-TIME BLOCK CODING IN BROADBAND INDOOR FADING CHANNEL USING MATLAB

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In this paper, the author’s experience with simulation of space-time block coding system in the indoor fading channel model is presented. Space-time coding is new technique using joint of transmit diversity and coding. Space-time codes provide both diversity and coding gain when using multiple transmit antennas to increase spectral efficiency over wireless communications systems. Alamouti's simple two-branch transmit diversity scheme is adopted [1]. Alamouti's scheme was originally designed for flat (frequency non-selective) fading channels, but the condition for frequency selectivity is not defined exactly. The efficiency of space-time block coding in frequency selective and non-selective fading channels is compared. Quasi-static Rayleigh fading channels in indoor environment are assumed. This paper presents a large effect of frequency selectivity on the space-time communication system. These results are useful for FER vs. bit rate performance evaluation of the indoor radio communication systems.

Anglický abstrakt

In this paper, the author’s experience with simulation of space-time block coding system in the indoor fading channel model is presented. Space-time coding is new technique using joint of transmit diversity and coding. Space-time codes provide both diversity and coding gain when using multiple transmit antennas to increase spectral efficiency over wireless communications systems. Alamouti's simple two-branch transmit diversity scheme is adopted [1]. Alamouti's scheme was originally designed for flat (frequency non-selective) fading channels, but the condition for frequency selectivity is not defined exactly. The efficiency of space-time block coding in frequency selective and non-selective fading channels is compared. Quasi-static Rayleigh fading channels in indoor environment are assumed. This paper presents a large effect of frequency selectivity on the space-time communication system. These results are useful for FER vs. bit rate performance evaluation of the indoor radio communication systems.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT9218,
  author="Martin {Švirák}",
  title="SIMULATION OF SPACE-TIME BLOCK CODING IN BROADBAND INDOOR FADING CHANNEL USING MATLAB",
  annote="In this paper, the author’s experience with simulation of  space-time block coding system in the indoor fading channel model is presented. Space-time coding is new technique using joint of transmit diversity and coding. Space-time codes provide both diversity and coding gain when using multiple transmit antennas to increase spectral efficiency over wireless communications systems. Alamouti's  simple two-branch transmit diversity scheme  is adopted [1]. Alamouti's scheme was originally designed for flat (frequency non-selective) fading channels, but the condition for frequency selectivity is not defined exactly. The efficiency of space-time block coding in frequency selective and non-selective fading channels is compared. Quasi-static Rayleigh fading channels in indoor environment are assumed.  This paper presents a large effect of frequency selectivity on the space-time communication system. These results are useful for FER vs. bit rate performance evaluation of  the indoor radio communication systems.",
  booktitle="Matlab 2003 Sborník příspěvků 11.ročníku konference",
  chapter="9218",
  year="2003",
  month="november",
  pages="556",
  type="conference paper"
}