Degrees of Freedom for Distributed MIMO Communications

@inproceedings{Jafar2005DegreesOF,
  title={Degrees of Freedom for Distributed MIMO Communications},
  author={Syed Ali Jafar},
  year={2005}
}
Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) systems have assumed great importance in recent times because of their remarkably higher capacity compared to single input single output (SISO) systems. One of the most celebrated results in this context is that the capacity of a point-to-po int MIMO system withM inputs andN outputs increases linearly asmin(M;N) at high SNR. For power and bandwidth limited wireless system this opens up another dimension “space” that can be exploited in a similar way as t… CONTINUE READING

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