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Title: Implementation of pre-FFT beamforming in MIMO-OFDM
Authors: Gökçeli, Selahattin
Uslu, Merve
Karabulut Kurt, Güneş
Özbek, Berna
Alakoca, Hakan
Durmaz, Mehmet Akif
Keywords: MIMO systems
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing
Beamforming methods
Software radio
Radio transmission
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Source: Gökçeli, S., Uslu, M., Karabulut Kurt, G., Özbek, B., Alakoca, H., and Durmaz, M. A. (2016, November 26-28). Implementation of pre-FFT beamforming in MIMO-OFDM. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering. doi:10.1109/ELECO.2015.7394639
Abstract: In this study, real-time software defined radio implementation of the point to point multiple input multiple output (MIMO) orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) system using pre-fast Fourier transform (pre-FFT) beamforming technique in both the transmitter and the receiver is done for the first time in the literature. By taking benefit of the MIMO system's spatial multiplexing property, the performance of the implemented pre-FFT beamforming approach is demonstrated in terms of bit error rate and error vector magnitude measurements. As a result of the test results, the effect of the beamforming methods on the performance of communication systems are clearly observed.
Description: 9th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, ELECO 2015; Bursa; Turkey; 26 November 2015 through 28 November 2015
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