Modelo para o Traballo Fin de Mestrado do Máster Inter-Universitario en Ciberseguridade (MUniCS) das Universidades de Vigo e da Coruña. Baseado en Clean Thesis de Ricardo Langner
MUniCS Master's Thesis template for the Universities of Vigo and Coruña. Based on Clean Thesis by Ricardo Langner
The increased data rates and reliability required to support emerging multimedia applications
require new communications technology. We present results regarding two techniques used
in high data rate transmission As orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) the
and multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) scheme. The aim of this dissertation is to find
efficient methods of providing reliable communication links using MIMO-OFDM under fast
fading scenarios. Toward this end, both equalization and channel coding techniques are
investigated. Despite many advantages of OFDM, OFDM signals are very susceptible to the
time-varying channel, which breaks the orthogonality between sub-carriers, resulting in
inter-channel interference (ICI). The ICI increases an irreducible error floor in proportion to
the normalized Doppler frequency.
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