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In the past years numerous algorithms, schemes and techniques
have been proposed, in order to improve the performance
of the wireless multi-antenna communication systems.
Real-time multi-antenna testbeds are offering the means to
analyse the real-world performance, implementation cost and
feasibility of such novel techniques, accounting for hardware
limitations and software constraints. This paper presents the
physical-layer (PHY) design, implementation and validation
of a high-performance real-time mobile WiMAX transceiver,
accounting for low-level deployment issues and signal impairments.
A first evaluation of the acquired results for both
Single Input Single Output (SISO) and Multiple Input Multiple
Output (MIMO) system-configurations, demonstrates
the performance of the system using real-time channel emulation.
CitationFont, O. [et al.]. Prototyping processing-demanding physical layer systems featuring single or multi-antenna schemes. A: European Signal Processing Conference. "19th European Signal Processing Conference". Barcelona: 2011, p. 1504-1508.
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