Ho Huat Peh

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An arrayed-MIMO communication system, which employs antenna arrays at both ends of the wireless link, is proposed to leverage upon spatial information such as directions-of-arrival to achieve an improvement in performance. This is in contrast with conventional MIMO systems, which typically assume multiple independent antenna elements at the transmitters and(More)
—The problem of jointly optimizing the transmitter and receiver beamforming weights in the downlink of a cyclic prefix-free MC-CDMA system over multipath fading channels is addressed in this paper. Both the base station and user terminals are equipped with antenna arrays to leverage on the spatial information provided by the antenna arrays. The precoding(More)
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