How MIMO capacity is linked with single element fading statistics

@inproceedings{zcelikHowMC,
  title={How MIMO capacity is linked with single element fading statistics},
  author={H. {\"O}zcelik and Markus Herdin and Ralph Prestros and Ernst Bonek}
}
By analyzing comprehensive 8×8 MIMO measurements at 5.2 GHz in an indoor office environment, we demonstrate that MIMO capacity is mainly driven by the average receive SNR, since multipath richness does not vary a lot. We found that the channel matrix realizations measured at a single position are sufficient to predict capacity at all other positions in this specific environment. Deviations from this distinctive relation can be explained by correlation which is weakly linked to fading statistics… CONTINUE READING

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