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Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) techniques have become an essential part of broadband wireless communications systems. For example, the recently developed IEEE 802.16e specifications for broadband mobile wireless access include three MIMO profiles employing 2times2 space-time codes (STCs) and two of those, namely, Alamouti's STC for transmit(More)
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) techniques have become an essential part of broadband wireless communications systems. For example, the recently developed IEEE 802.16e specifications for broadband wireless access include three MIMO profiles employing 2 x 2 space-time codes (STCs), and two of these MIMO schemes are mandatory on the downlink of mobile(More)
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) techniques have been incorporated in all of the recently developed wireless communications systems standards including the IEEE 802.11 n standard for local area networks and the IEEE 802.16 e standard on which mobile WiMAX systems are based. The main criteria in conventional space-time code (STC) design for MIMO systems(More)
The recently developed IEEE 802.16e specifications for broadband wireless access include three multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) profiles employing 2×2 space-time codes (STCs) and two of those are mandatory on the downlink of mobile WiMAX systems. One of these is full rate, and the other is full diversity, but neither of them has both of the desired(More)
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