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Integration of Spatial Processing in the WINNER B3G Air Interface Design

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Numerous investigations of spatial processing algorithms are available in literature showing the benefit of MIMO systems in particular situations. From a system perspective, however, spatial processing has to provide adaptivity and scalability to a wide range of scenarios and has also to be seen in the context of its impact on other system services and functions, its enabling requirements, overhead, and robustness. This paper summarizes recent work towards integrated spatial processing services and functions for an OFDM-based B3G air interface, developed in the European IST research project WINNER. The current status of the air interface and the multi-user spatial domain link adaptation concept is summarized. A baseline spatial scheme selection process is developed as part of the overall MAC radio resource control

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Vehicular Technology Conference, 2006. VTC 2006-Spring. IEEE 63rd  (Volume:1 )

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7-10 May 2006