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Experiments on real-time 1-Gb/s packet transmission using MLD-based signal detection in MIMO-OFDM broadband radio access

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5 Author(s)
Higuchi, K. ; IP Radio Network Dev. Dept., NTT DoCoMo Inc. ; Kawai, H. ; Maeda, N. ; Taoka, H.
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This paper presents experimental results on real-time packet transmission of greater than 1 Gb/s using 4-by-4 multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) multiplexing and maximum-likelihood detection (MLD)-based signal detection with a decreased level of computational complexity in orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) radio access. We apply our previous algorithm called adaptive selection of surviving symbol replica candidates (ASESS) based on the maximum reliability in MLD employing QR decomposition and the M-algorithm (QRM-MLD) to reduce the extremely high level of computational complexity in the conventional MLD. The experimental results using multipath fading simulators are in good agreement with the computer simulation results. The loss in the required received signal energy per bit-to-background noise power spectrum density ratio (Eb/N0) is suppressed to within approximately 1-2 dB. Therefore, through experiments, we demonstrate that the QRM-MLD employing ASESS is very beneficial in reducing the influence of hardware implementation loss, as well as in decreasing the required received Eb/N0. We further show that the extremely high-speed real-time packet transmission of greater than 1 Gb/s in a 100-MHz channel bandwidth (i.e., 10 bit/s/Hz) is achieved at the average received Eb/N0 per receiver antenna of approximately 12 dB using 16QAM modulation and turbo coding with the coding rate of 8/9 in 4-by-4 MIMO multiplexing

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2006

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