Orthogonal full diversity space-time block coding based on transmit channel state information for 4 Tx antennas

@inproceedings{RouquetteLveil2002OrthogonalFD,
  title={Orthogonal full diversity space-time block coding based on transmit channel state information for 4 Tx antennas},
  author={St{\'e}phanie Rouquette-L{\'e}veil and Sandrine M{\'e}rigeault and Karine Gosse},
  booktitle={ICC},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper we consider the design of space-time block codes to benefit from multiple antennas at the emitter and possibly at the receiver. Theory of orthogonal designs has shown that such code can not simultaneously be orthogonal, of rate 1, with full diversity order, for more than 2 transmit antennas. We propose in this paper to exploit Channel State Information available at the emitter to overcome this limitation and we describe a new rate 1 coding scheme with full diversity for 3 or 4… CONTINUE READING

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