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Joint transmitter receiver diversity for efficient space division multiaccess

By: Chang, J.-H.; Rashid-Farrokhi, F.; Tassiulas, L.;

2002 / IEEE

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Joint transmitter receiver diversity for efficient space division multiaccess ' The beamforming problem is studied in wireless networks where both the transmitters and receivers have linear adaptive antenna arrays. Algorithms are proposed that find the antenna array weight vectors at both the transmitters and receivers as well as the transmitter powers with one of the following two objectives: (1) to maximize the minimum signal-to-interference-and-noise ratio (SINR) over all receivers and (2) to minimize the sum of the total transmitted power satisfying the SINR requirements at all links. A numerical study is performed to compare the network capacity and the power consumption among systems having a different number of antenna array elements in a code division multiple access network.