Study & Analysis Of MIMOOFDM Linear & NonLinear Detection Strategies
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AUTHOR(S)
Jaskirat Kaur, Harmandar Kaur
KEYWORDS
Keywords: MIMO, OFDM, MIMO detectors
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT: This The Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO)  Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technique has potential to significantly reduce Inter Symbol Interference (ISI) and enhance system capacity for future wireless communication systems. The MIMOOFDM technology improves the throughput, reliability and predictability of wireless Local Area Networks (LAN). This paper introduces the basic concepts of several MIMO detection (linear and non linear) techniques. The comparative analysis of these techniques is done using MATLAB depending upon their performance for different modulation techniques and for different antenna configurations of MIMO system.
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