"This dissertation proposes an efficient hardware implementation scheme for iterative multi-input multi-output orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (MIMO-OFDM) transceiver. The transmitter incorporates linear precoder designed with instantaneous channel state information (CSI). The receiver implements MMSE-IC (minimum mean square error interference cancelation) detector, channel estimator, low-density parity-check (LDPC) decoder and other supporting modules. The proposed implementation uses QR decomposition (QRD) of complex-valued matrices with four co-ordinate rotation digital computer (CORDIC) cores and back substitution to achieve the best tradeoff between resource and throughput. The MIMO system is used in field test and the results indicate that the instantaneous CSI varies very fast in practices and the performance of linear precoder designed with instantaneous CSI is limited. Instead, statistic CSI had to be used.
This dissertation also proposes a higher-rank principle Kronecker model (PKM). That exploits the statistic CSI to simulate the fading channels. The PKM is constructed by decomposing the channel correlation matrices with the higher-order singular value decomposition (HOSVD) method. The proposed PKM-HOSVD model is validated by extensive field experiments conducted for 4-by-4 MIMO systems in both indoor and outdoor environments. The results confirm that the statistic CSI varies slowly and the PKM-HOSVD will be helpful in the design of linear precoders."--Abstract, page iv.
Zheng, Y. Rosa
Grant, Steven L.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Efficient implementation of an iterative MIMO-OFDM receiver using MMSE interference cancelation
- FPGA implementation of QR decomposition for MIMO-OFDM using four CORDIC cores
- Higher-rank principle Kronecker model for triply selective fading channels with experimental validation
xi, 95 pages
© 2014 Bing Han, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Radio -- Transmitter-receivers -- Design and construction
Wireless communication systems
Electronic OCLC #
Han, Bing, "Hardware implementation of multiple-input multiple-output transceiver for wireless communication" (2014). Doctoral Dissertations. 2183.