Reconfigurable ULAs for Line-of-Sight MIMO Transmission

  title={Reconfigurable ULAs for Line-of-Sight MIMO Transmission},
  author={Heedong Do and Namyoon Lee and A. Lozano},
This paper establishes an upper bound on the capacity of line-of-sight multiantenna channels over all possible antenna arrangements and shows that uniform linear arrays (ULAs) with an SNR-dependent rotation of transmitter or receiver can closely approach such capacity---and in fact achieve it at low and high SNR, and asymptotically in the numbers of antennas. Then, as an alternative to mechanically rotating ULAs, we propose to electronically select among multiple ULAs having a radial… Expand
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