Preequalizer Design for Spatial Multiplexing SIMO-UWB TR Systems

  title={Preequalizer Design for Spatial Multiplexing SIMO-UWB TR Systems},
  author={Hieu Nguyen and Zhao Zhao and Feng Zheng and Thomas Kaiser},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
A spatial multiplexing single-input-multiple-output (SM-SIMO) ultrawideband (UWB) communication system using the time-reversal (TR) technique is proposed in this paper. The system with only one transmit antenna, using a spatial multiplexing scheme, can transmit several independent data streams to achieve a very high data rate. To cope with the long delay spread of the UWB channel, the TR technique is adopted. TR can mitigate not only the intersymbol interference (ISI) but the multistream… CONTINUE READING
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