Efficient Scalar Quantization for MIMO Spatial Multiplexing Receivers

@inproceedings{Monteiro2007EfficientSQ,
  title={Efficient Scalar Quantization for MIMO Spatial Multiplexing Receivers},
  author={Francisco A. Monteiro and Ian J. Wassell},
  year={2007}
}
The maximum likelihood detection of multiple input multiple output (MIMO) spatial multiplexing systems is strongly limited by its complexity. We propose that a quantized version of this problem permits the multiplications involved in the numerous calculations of Euclidean distances to be replaced by the use of a small look-up table storing all the exact possible distance components in each dimension of the quantized receive space. The number of pre-stored elements is as small as the number of… CONTINUE READING

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