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Software antenna and its communication theory for mobile radio communications

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Kohno, R. ; Div. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Yokohama Nat. Univ., Japan

An adaptive array antenna or a smart antenna is named a software antenna because it can be programmable to form a desired beam pattern if an appropriate set of antenna weights is provided in software. It can be a typical tool for realizing a software radio. An adaptive array can be considered as an adaptive filter in the space and time domains for radio communications, so that the communication theory can be generalized from a conventional time domain into both the space and time domains. This paper introduces a spatial and temporal communication theory based on a software antenna, such as spatial and temporal channel modeling, equalization, optimum detection for a single user and multiple users in CDMA, precoding and joint optimization of both the transmitter and receiver. Such spatial and temporal processing promises drastic improvement of performance as a practical countermeasure for multipath fading in mobile radio communications

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Personal Wireless Communications, 1997 IEEE International Conference on

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17-19 Dec 1997

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