Non-Stationary Indoor MIMO Radio Channels

@inproceedings{BonekNonStationaryIM,
  title={Non-Stationary Indoor MIMO Radio Channels},
  author={Ernst Bonek and Alister G. Burr}
}
Stationarity is an often used assumption for the mobile radio channel. For a single-input single-output (SISO) channel this means that the channel statistics does not change with time or frequency. Unfortunately, real channels never fulfil this exactly. They can only be assumed to be quasi-stationary, i.e. the channel statistics stays approximately constant within a specific timefrequency stationarity region. If this stationarity region is large enough, a transmission scheme can take advantage… CONTINUE READING
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