Tue 7-8Session S321
Credits Lecture:2 Exercise:0 Experiment:0 / code:54013
Update : 2013/2/12
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- Outline of lecture
- The lecture focuses on Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) transmission systems for wireless broadband communications. Basic principles, channel capacity, propagation model, processing schemes, and system structure for MIMO communications are introduced. Fundamentals of wireless communication and array signal processing are also lectured for the basis of MIMO communication system. Furthermore, future perspective of MIMO system in wireless LAN and cellular standards are also given.
- Purpose of lecture
- The objective of this course is to provide various aspects of MIMO communication systems for wireless broadband networks. The course supports information theory, signal processing, transceiver system, and access schemes for MIMO communication systems. Basics on wireless communication and array signal processing are provided ahead for better understanding of MIMO system. Future perspective on wireless LAN and mobile phone with MIMO schemes is also provided.
- Plan of lecture
- 01. Guidance of the course
02. Multi-access schemes for mobile communications
03. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA)
04. Outline of MIMO channel techniques
05. MIMO channel models
06. MIMO channel capacity: single-user MIMO
07. MIMO channel capacity: multiuser MIMO
08. Precoding design
09. Space-time coding
10. Transmit diversity
11. Fundamentals of MIMO receiver design
12. Multiuser MIMO
13. Distributed MIMO networks
14. MIMO channel techniques for HSPA, LTE, and LTE-Advanced
15. Final Examination
- Textbook and reference
- Lecture note is provided.
Additional reference is;
E.Biglieri, et.al., "MIMO Wireless Communications," Cambridge University Press, 2007.
- Related and/or prerequisite courses
- Wireless Communication Engineering
- Grade is based on reports and final examination.
- Comments from lecturer
- This class is indispensable to be a specialist of MIMO communication systems.
- Contact Information
- Prof. Mamoru Sawahashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Office Hours
- 10:00-17:00 on week day