Conference proceedings article
Recursive Spatial Multiplexing in Interference-Limited Indoor Scenarios



Publication Details
Authors:
Shah, I.; Dahlhaus, D.; Mohamad, U.; Mansour, N.; Hunziker, T.
Editor:
IEEE
Publication year:
2014
Pages range:
TBD
Book title:
Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux (SCVT), 2014 IEEE 21st Symposium on

Abstract
Recursive spatial multiplexing (RSM), a closed loop multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) structure for achieving the capacity offered by MIMO channels with a low-complexity detector, is investigated in measured indoor MIMO transmission channels limited by different types of interference. It is seen that RSM can deal effectively with interferences following either a Gaussian mixture or Middleton distribution. In cases of interferences which are symmetric alpha stable distributed, however, RSM suffers from a performance degradation. Performance improvements resulting from the use of a convolutional coding at the single-input single-output (SISO) encoder of the RSM architecture are investigated for the different interference distributions.

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