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Efficient detection scheme in MIMO-OFDM for high speed wireless home network system

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4 Author(s)
Hun-Hee Lee ; UT Commun. Res. Inst., Sejong Univ., Seoul, South Korea ; Myung-Sun Baek ; Jee-Hoon Kim ; Hyoung-Kyu Song

This paper proposes a MIMO-OFDM scheme reducing the computational complexity and providing comparable performance to QRD-M detection scheme in IEEE 802.11n. The proposed scheme checks the channel condition per subcarrier and then selects either ordered DFE scheme or adaptive QRD-M detection scheme according to that information. The post-detection SNR which judges channel condition depends on Moore-Penrose pseudo-inverse matrix G. The proposed scheme selects the ordered DFE detection scheme in case of good channel condition and the adaptive QRD-M detection scheme in case of bad channel condition per subcarrier. The adaptive QRDM detection scheme selects the number of variable survival symbols M in accordance with the channel condition at each layer. Compared with the conventional QRD-M (M=16) detection scheme, the proposed detection scheme reduces the computational complexity about 67 percents and achieves similar performance.

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Consumer Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 2 )