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Research on Multi-User Diversity (MUD) is traditionally carried out from an information-theoretic point of view. Such information-theoretic approaches are feasible in homogeneous systems where all terminals use the same modulation, channel coding, transmission rate, and packet length. In homogeneous systems, the selection of the terminal with highest SNR(More)
A multibeam satellite scenario is considered along this paper to test for the benefits of dual polarization. Several multiple input multiple output (MIMO) transmitting schemes are proposed to deal with the dual polarization, where the results show that dual polarization is better employed as an interference rejection tool.
In this paper, the problem of resource allocation in multiuser single-antenna wideband OFDM(A) systems is considered from a cross-layer point of view. The main motivation is to show advantages of such systems with respect to narrowband systems. Despite the maximum normalized average throughput is not increased with respect to that in a narrowband system, a(More)
Traditional works rely on the use of complete Channel State Information (CSI) at the base station to take space-time scheduling decisions in the uplink of multi-user MIMO wireless systems. However, this might be a complex and costly solution. On the other hand, the simplest scheduler is the Round Robin (RR) scheduler that schedules terminals one after the(More)