Enhanced MDIR receiver for space-time dispersive channels
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A particular property of the matched desired impulse response receiver is introduced in this paper, namely, the fact that full exploitation of the diversity is obtained with multiple beamformers when the channel is spatially and timely dispersive. This particularity makes the receiver specially suitable for mobile and underwater communications. The new structure provides better performance than conventional and weighted VRAKE receivers, and a diversity gain with no needs of additional radio frequency equipment. The baseband hardware needed for this new receiver may be obtained through reconfigurability of the RAKE architectures available at the base station. The proposed receiver is tested through simulations assuming UTRA frequency-division-duplexing mode.
CitationVidal Manzano, J.; Cabrera Bean, M.; Agustín de Dios, A.; Lagunas, M. A. Enhanced MDIR receiver for space-time dispersive channels. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2003, vol. 2, núm. 1, p. 99-107.
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