Level crossing rates for MIMO channel eigenvalues: implications for adaptive systems

@article{Smith2005LevelCR,
  title={Level crossing rates for MIMO channel eigenvalues: implications for adaptive systems},
  author={Peter J. Smith and Ping-Heng Kuo and Lee M. Garth},
  journal={IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005. ICC 2005. 2005},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={2442-2446 Vol. 4}
}
MIMO systems using adaptive transmission down the eigenchannels require the level crossing rate of the eigenvalues to compute adaptation rates and possibly feedback rates. Examples of such systems include MIMO systems using singular value decomposition (SVD) transmission. Similarly, the average fade durations of the eigenvalues give the average length of time that a particular constellation is used in adaptive modulation. Other systems which require the minimum eigenvalue to be above a certain… CONTINUE READING
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