Grassmannian beamforming on correlated MIMO channels

  title={Grassmannian beamforming on correlated MIMO channels},
  author={David James Love and Robert W. Heath},
  journal={IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2004. GLOBECOM '04.},
  pages={106-110 Vol.1}
The diversity gains available from multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) wireless systems are well documented. These gains are realizable through the use of transmit beamforming and receive combining. Transmit beamforming relies on the assumption of channel knowledge at the transmitter, an assumption that is often unrealistic. Limited feedback beamformers have been designed over the past few years, but they concentrate primarily on the assumption of a spatially uncorrelated Rayleigh fading… CONTINUE READING
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