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A Lattice Reduction-Based Detection Technique for Multi-Antenna SC-FDMA System
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 Title & Authors
A Lattice Reduction-Based Detection Technique for Multi-Antenna SC-FDMA System
Jeong, Da Hoon; Kim, Jaekwon;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we address data detection technique using Fixed complexity LLL-based signal detection over multi-antenna SC-FDMA wireless channels. We use the property of effective channel matrix of SC-FDMA system. We can make the large effective channel matrix to various small effective channel matrix. We show that error performance of proposed detection technique.
 Keywords
SC-FDMA;MIMO;Signal Detection;Lattice Reduction;
 Language
Korean
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