Distributed Closed-Loop Quasi-Orthogonal Space Time Block Coding with four relay Nodes overcoming Imperfect Synchronization.pdf (234.12 kB)
Distributed closed-loop quasi-orthogonal space time block coding with four relay nodes: overcoming imperfect synchronization
conference contributionposted on 2009-12-01, 15:26 authored by A.M. Elazreg, F.M. Abdurahman, Jonathon Chambers
In this paper, closed-loop quasi-orthogonal space time block coding (QO-STBC) is exploited within a four relay node transmission scheme to achieve full-rate and increase the available diversity gain provided by earlier two relay approaches. The problem of imperfect synchronization between relay nodes is overcome by applying a parallel interference cancellation (PIC) detection scheme at the destination node. Bit error rate simulations confirm the advantages of the proposed methodology for a range of levels of imperfect synchronization and that only a small number of iterations is necessary within the PIC detection
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CitationELAZREG, A.M., ABDURAHMAN, F.M. and CHAMBERS J.A., 2009. Distributed closed-loop quasi-orthogonal space time block coding with four relay nodes: overcoming imperfect synchronization. IN: IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WIMOB 2009), Marrakech, Morocco, 12-14 October, pp. 320-325.
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