On the Ergodic Capacity of Frequency Selective MIMO Systems Equipped with MMSE Receivers: An Asymptotic Approach

  title={On the Ergodic Capacity of Frequency Selective MIMO Systems Equipped with MMSE Receivers: An Asymptotic Approach},
  author={C. Artigue and P. Loubaton and B. Mouhouche},
  journal={IEEE GLOBECOM 2008 - 2008 IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference},
This paper is devoted to the study of the ergodic capacity of frequency selective MIMO systems equipped with a MMSE receiver when the channel state information is available at the receiver side and when the second order statistics of the channel taps are known at the transmitter side. As the expression of this capacity is rather complicated and difficult to analyse, it is studied in the case where the number of transmit and receive antennas converge to +oo at the same rate. In this asymptotic… Expand
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