Multiple Antenna Broadcast Channels With Shape Feedback and Limited Feedback

@article{Ding2007MultipleAB,
  title={Multiple Antenna Broadcast Channels With Shape Feedback and Limited Feedback},
  author={Peilu Ding and David James Love and Michael D. Zoltowski},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing},
  year={2007},
  volume={55},
  pages={3417-3428}
}
In this paper, we consider two different models of partial channel state information at the base station transmitter (CSIT) for multiple antenna broadcast channels: 1) the shape feedback model where the normalized channel vector of each user is available at the base station and 2) the limited feedback model where each user quantizes its channel vector according to a rotated codebook that is optimal in the sense of mean squared error and feeds back the codeword index. This paper is focused on… CONTINUE READING
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