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—In this paper, we present space shift keying (SSK) as a new modulation scheme, which is based on spatial modulation (SM) concepts. Fading is exploited for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels to provide better performance over conventional amplitude/phase modulation (APM) techniques. In SSK, it is the antenna index used during transmission that(More)
— In this letter, we derive the optimal detector for the so-called spatial modulation (SM) system introduced by Mesleh et al. in [1]. The new detector performs significantly better than the original (~4 dB gain), and we support our results by deriving a closed form expression for the average bit error probability. As well, we show that SM with the optimal(More)
— A fundamental component of spatial modulation (SM), termed generalized space shift keying (GSSK), is presented. GSSK modulation inherently exploits fading in wireless communication to provide better performance over conventional amplitude/phase modulation (APM) techniques. In GSSK, only the antenna indices, and not the symbols themselves (as in the case(More)
Spatial modulation (SM) is a recently developed transmission technique that uses multiple antennas. The concept of SM is extended to both the space and time dimensions to provide a general shift-keying framework. A new modulation scheme called Differential STSK (DSTSK) scheme, assisted by the Cayley unitary transform is proposed to OFDM aided Multiple Input(More)
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