An efficient and flexible air interface is the necessary condi- tion to achieve the high data rate required from the next gen- eration wireless systems. Coded multi-antenna and multi- carrier techniques combined together with link resources adaptation algorithms are a practical answer to this need. The practicability of this concept, however, requires that the transmitter can perform accurate and simple evaluation of the actual link performance. This paper contributes to this issue with a novel method specifically developed to predict the link performance of bit-interleaved coded MIMO-OFDM links, which offers improved accuracy with the same degree of complexity when compared with conventional techniques. Its effectiveness is confirmed through extensive simulation results obtained over typical wireless channel environments.

Further Results on Link Performance Prediction for Coded Multi-Antenna OFDM Systems

GIANNETTI, FILIPPO
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LOTTICI, VINCENZO
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2009

Abstract

An efficient and flexible air interface is the necessary condi- tion to achieve the high data rate required from the next gen- eration wireless systems. Coded multi-antenna and multi- carrier techniques combined together with link resources adaptation algorithms are a practical answer to this need. The practicability of this concept, however, requires that the transmitter can perform accurate and simple evaluation of the actual link performance. This paper contributes to this issue with a novel method specifically developed to predict the link performance of bit-interleaved coded MIMO-OFDM links, which offers improved accuracy with the same degree of complexity when compared with conventional techniques. Its effectiveness is confirmed through extensive simulation results obtained over typical wireless channel environments.
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