On the Design and Tradeoff of Wireless Downlink Space Time Scheduler on Network Capacity and Coverage

@inproceedings{Lau2004OnTD,
  title={On the Design and Tradeoff of Wireless Downlink Space Time Scheduler on Network Capacity and Coverage},
  author={Vincent K. N. Lau},
  year={2004}
}
It is well-known that wireless scheduling algorithm could exploit multi-user diversity to enhance the network capacity of wireless systems. However, the advantage of scheduling with respect to network coverage is a relatively unexplored topic. We consider a wireless system with an access point or base station equipped with transmit antennas as well as mobiles with single receive antenna. With multiple transmit antenna, there are additional degrees of freedom which could deliver either spatial… CONTINUE READING

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