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Etudes de récepteurs MIMO-LDPC itératifs

Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to address the design of iterative MIMO receivers using LDPC Error Correcting codes. MIMO techniques enable capacity increase in wireless networks with no additional frequency ressources. The associationof MIMO with multicarrier modulation techniques OFDM made them the cornerstone of emerging high rate wireless networks. Optimal reception can be achieved using joint detection and decoding at the expense of a huge complexity making it impractical. Disjoint reception is then the most used. The design of iterative receivers for some applications using LDPC codes like Wifi (IEEE 802.11n) is constrained by the standard code structure which is not optimized for such kind of receivers. By observing the effect of the number of iterations on performance and complexity we underline the interest of scheduling LDPC decoding iterations and turboequalization iterations. We propose to define schedules for the iterative receiver in order to reduce its complexity while preserving its performance. Two approaches are used : static and dynamic scheduling. The second part of this work is concerns Multiuser MIMO using Spatial Division Multiple Access. We explore and evaluate the interest of using iterative reception to cancel residual inter-user interference.
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Akl Charaf. Etudes de récepteurs MIMO-LDPC itératifs. Autre. Télécom ParisTech, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012ENST0017⟩. ⟨pastel-00913457⟩



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