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Tensor space-time coding for MIMO wireless communication systems

Abstract : Since the growing success of mobile systems in the 1990s, new wireless technologies have been developed in order to support a growing demand for high-quality multimedia services with low error rates. An interesting way to improve the error performance and to achieve better transmission rates is to combine the use of various diversities and multiplexing access techniques in the MIMO system context. The incorporation of oversampling, spreading and multiplexing operations and additional diversities on wireless systems lead to multidimensional received signals which naturally satisfy tensor models. This thesis proposes a new tensorial approach based on a tensor space-time (TST) coding for MIMO wireless communication systems. The signals received by multiple antennas form a fourth-order tensor that satisfies a new tensor model, referred to as PARATUCK-(2,4) (PT-(2,4)) model. A performance analysis is carried out for the proposed TST system and a recent space-time-frequency (STF) system, which allows to derive expressions for the maximum diversity gain over a at fading channel. An uplink processing based on the TST coding with allocation resources is proposed. A new tensor decomposition is introduced, the so-called PT-(N1,N), which generalizes the standard PT-2 and our PT-(2,4) model. This thesis establishes uniqueness conditions for the PARATUCK-(N1,N) model. From these results, joint symbol and channel estimation is ensured for the TST and STF systems. Semi-blind receivers are proposed based on the well-known Alternating Least Squares algorithm and the Levenberg-Marquardt method, and also a new receiver based on the Kronecker Least Squares (KLS) for both systems.
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Michele Nazareth Da Costa. Tensor space-time coding for MIMO wireless communication systems. Other. Université Nice Sophia Antipolis; Universidade estadual de Campinas (Brésil), 2014. English. ⟨NNT : 2014NICE4014⟩. ⟨tel-00994113⟩

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