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Title: Optimal Solution for MIMO Receiver Implementation for LTE Systems
Researcher: B.S. Yashoda
Guide(s): K.R. Nataraj
Keywords: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output, Mobile Technology,
smart signal processing algorithms, Smart antenna techniques, Beam forming algorithm Modified VSSG
University: Jain University
Completed Date: 04/08/2018
Abstract: Number of mobile users are increasing day by day, with limited capacity providing newlinethe services with the same Quality of service becomes very difficult. newlineMultiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) is one key technique among them newlinebecause of its ability to enhance the radio channel capacity of cellular systems newlineat no extra cost of spectrum. MIMO includes both beamforming and diversity newlinetechniques, as well as spatial multiplexing. Smart antennas are antenna array newlinewith smart signal processing algorithms used to identify spatial signals such newlineas direction of arrival of the signal, and use it to form beamforming vectors, newlineto locate the target. Smart antenna techniques are used in acoustic signal newlineprocessing, radar and in cellular systems like Long Term Evolution (LTE). newlineA new proposed detection scheme based on LU factorization is used which newlinecan find users closely or widely spaced. The proposed detection method is newlinecompared with various existing methods with respect to bias, resolution and newlinemean square error. The proposed Beam forming algorithm Modified VSSG newlinewith feedback loop is responsible for forming the main beam towards the newlinedetected user and the null towards the jammers with reduced mean square newlineerror. The proposed beam forming method is compared with existing methods newlinewith respect to mean square error, convergence and beam forming accuracy. newline
Pagination: 103 p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Electronics Engineering

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