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Downlink beamforming with delayed channel estimates under total power, element power and equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP) constraints

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  • P Zetterberg
  • M Bengtsson
  • DP Mcnamara
  • PB Karlsson
  • MA Beach
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEEE VTC
Publisher or commissioning bodyInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Publication dateSep 2001
Pages516 - 520
Volume1
DOIs
StatePublished

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ISSN (Print)10903038

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Conference54th Vehicular Technology Conference 2001 (VTC 2001-Fall)
CountryUnited States
CityAtlantic City
Period1/10/01 → …

Abstract

A WLAN-type scenario where a base-station (access point) equipped with multiple antennas is transmitting and a mobile with only a single antenna is receiving, is considered. Three approaches are investigated: grid-of-beams (GOB), maximal-ratio (MR) and equal-gain (EG), each with one of the following constraints 1) total transmit power over all antenna elements, 2) maximum power on any antenna element 3) equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP). The median diversity gain for the MR approach is estimated to be 14.8 dB, 10.6 dB, and 11.4 dB using constraint 1-3, respectively at 5.2 GHz in a modern university building at 5-50 meter range. For GOB corresponding numbers are 9.4 dB, 9.4 dB, 2.3 dB and for EG 13.9 dB, 13.9 dB, 10.3 dB, respectively. These results are virtually independent of delay between channel estimation and use of the same estimate, when the delay is less than 130 ms. This result is obtained although there were people moving in the environment. The diversity gain under the EIRP constraint is encouraging and shows that coverage improvements are possible even under EIRP limitations.

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  • wireless LAN

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54th Vehicular Technology Conference 2001 (VTC 2001-Fall)

Duration1 Oct 2001 → …
CountryUnited States
CityAtlantic City

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