Ralf Bendlin

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— Both fast scheduling and spatial signal processing have proven to be capacity-increasing methods in wireless communication systems. However, when applied in the downlink of a cellular network, the combination of both leads to non-stationary intercell interference. If the base stations do not cooperate, either they have to encode the data very(More)
— We consider a multiuser multiple-input single-output (MU-MISO) scenario, where the decentralized users are served by a centralized transmitter with multiple channel inputs via frequency selective vector channels. For this broadcast setup, we jointly design the transmitter and receivers based on a minimum sum mean square error (MSE) criterion. Contrary to(More)
— We consider the downlink of a cellular multiple input single output (MISO) system with multiple users per cell. Fast scheduling and spatial signal processing at the base stations result in unpredictable non-stationary intercell interference when the base stations do not cooperate. We show how the per cell sum-rate can be increased when Kalman filters are(More)
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