Theoretical Analysis of Capacities in Dynamic Spatial Multiplexing MIMO Systems

Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the study of techniques for scheduling users for resource allocation in the case of multiple input and multiple output (MIMO) packet transmission systems. In these systems, transmit antennas are assigned to one user or dynamically to different users using spatial multiplexing. The allocation of all transmit antennas to one user cannot take full advantages of multi-user diversity. Therefore, we developed the case when resources are allocated dynamically. At each time slot users have to feed back their channel information on an uplink feedback channel. Channel information considered available in the schedulers is the zero forcing (ZF) post detection signal to interference plus noise ratio. Our analysis study concerns the round robin and the opportunistic schemes. In this paper, we present an overview and a complete capacity analysis of these schemes. The main results in our study are to give an analytical form of system capacity using the ZF receiver at the user terminal. Simulations have been carried out to validate all proposed analytical solutions and to compare the performance of these schemes. Keywords—MIMO, scheduling, ZF receiver, spatial multiplexing, round robin scheduling, opportunistic.

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@inproceedings{Sfaihi2009TheoreticalAO, title={Theoretical Analysis of Capacities in Dynamic Spatial Multiplexing MIMO Systems}, author={Imen Sfaihi and Noureddine Hamdi}, year={2009} }