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Antenna Selection with RF Pre-Processing

Sudarshan, P; Mehta, N B; Molisch, Andreas LU and Zhang, J (2004) IEEE Radio and Wireless Conference (RAWCON) 2004 In IEEE Radio and Wireless Conference, 2004 p.391-394
Abstract
Multiple antenna transmitter and receiver architectures that combine antenna selection with RF pre-processing have been shown to significantly outperform conventional antenna selection with the same number of RF chains. Often, performance close to a full complexity architecture (with more RF chains) is also achieved. This work studies the effect of hardware and signal processing non-idealities on such architectures. We show that they are robust to quantization, phase, and calibration errors introduced by RF phase-shifters, and also to the channel estimation errors. While insertion loss does lead to performance degradation, performance better than conventional antenna selection is observed for typical insertion loss values.
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MIMO systems, channel estimation, mobile antennas, mobile radio, phase shifters, receiving antennas, transmitting antennas
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IEEE Radio and Wireless Conference, 2004
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391 - 394
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IEEE Radio and Wireless Conference (RAWCON) 2004
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0-7803-8451-2
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  abstract     = {Multiple antenna transmitter and receiver architectures that combine antenna selection with RF pre-processing have been shown to significantly outperform conventional antenna selection with the same number of RF chains. Often, performance close to a full complexity architecture (with more RF chains) is also achieved. This work studies the effect of hardware and signal processing non-idealities on such architectures. We show that they are robust to quantization, phase, and calibration errors introduced by RF phase-shifters, and also to the channel estimation errors. While insertion loss does lead to performance degradation, performance better than conventional antenna selection is observed for typical insertion loss values.},
  author       = {Sudarshan, P and Mehta, N B and Molisch, Andreas and Zhang, J},
  booktitle    = {IEEE Radio and Wireless Conference, 2004},
  isbn         = {0-7803-8451-2},
  keyword      = {MIMO systems,channel estimation,mobile antennas,mobile radio,phase shifters,receiving antennas,transmitting antennas},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {391--394},
  title        = {Antenna Selection with RF Pre-Processing},
  year         = {2004},
}