A MIMO-OFDM prototype for next-generation wireless WANs

@article{Dubuc2004AMP,
  title={A MIMO-OFDM prototype for next-generation wireless WANs},
  author={Christian Dubuc and David Starks and Tim Creasy and Yong Hou},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={82-87}
}
Coupled with a robust and efficient OFDM air interface, MIMO technologies lead to a very compelling high-speed data downlink solution for future wireless systems. This article presents Nortel Networks' MIMO-OFDM concept prototype and measured performance results. This prototype has been developed in the framework of a Nortel Networks system concept for 3G evolution systems and next-generation wide area wireless networks. The prototype is based on a shared access MIMO-OFDM physical layer in the… CONTINUE READING
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