Space Division Multiple Access for Wireless Local Area Networks

@inproceedings{Vandenameele2006SpaceDM,
  title={Space Division Multiple Access for Wireless Local Area Networks},
  author={Patrick Vandenameele and Liesbet Van der Perre and Marc Engels},
  year={2006}
}
The tendency towards more mobility and flexibility favors wireless networks for future broadband services, especially in local area and residential networks. Two major challenges in developing such high data-rate wireless networks are the channel distortion caused by multipath propagation and the limitations on bandwidth usage. In this book, novel transmission techniques are proposed that achieve multi-path mitigation, through orthogonal frequency-domain processing, in combination with a high… CONTINUE READING

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