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Transmitter Preprocessing Aided Spatial Modulation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Systems

Transmitter Preprocessing Aided Spatial Modulation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Systems
Transmitter Preprocessing Aided Spatial Modulation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Systems
This paper proposes and studies a transmitter preprocessing aided spatial modulation (PSM) scheme, which conveys information jointly by a conventional amplitude-phase modulation (APM) and a preprocessing aided space shift keying (pre-SSK) modulation. In contrast to the existing SSK modulation, which carries information using the indexes of transmitter antennas and assumes channel state information at receiver (CSIR), the pre-SSK modulation extracts the transmitted information using the indexes of receive antennas and assumes channel state information at transmitter (CSIT). This paper addresses the issues of preprocessing optimization and detection of PSM signals. Furthermore, the bit-error-rate (BER) performance of the PSM is investigated, when assuming that the channel from any transmit antenna to any receive antenna experiences independent Rayleigh fading. Our studies show that, when appropriately designed, the pre-SSK and APM invoked can enhance each other, resulting in that the PSM is capable of attaining a better BER performance than the corresponding pure pre-SSK and pure APM.
Yang, Lie-Liang
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Yang, Lie-Liang
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Yang, Lie-Liang (2011) Transmitter Preprocessing Aided Spatial Modulation for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Systems. IEEE VTC2011 Spring, Hungary. 15 - 18 May 2011.

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This paper proposes and studies a transmitter preprocessing aided spatial modulation (PSM) scheme, which conveys information jointly by a conventional amplitude-phase modulation (APM) and a preprocessing aided space shift keying (pre-SSK) modulation. In contrast to the existing SSK modulation, which carries information using the indexes of transmitter antennas and assumes channel state information at receiver (CSIR), the pre-SSK modulation extracts the transmitted information using the indexes of receive antennas and assumes channel state information at transmitter (CSIT). This paper addresses the issues of preprocessing optimization and detection of PSM signals. Furthermore, the bit-error-rate (BER) performance of the PSM is investigated, when assuming that the channel from any transmit antenna to any receive antenna experiences independent Rayleigh fading. Our studies show that, when appropriately designed, the pre-SSK and APM invoked can enhance each other, resulting in that the PSM is capable of attaining a better BER performance than the corresponding pure pre-SSK and pure APM.

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Published date: May 2011
Additional Information: Event Dates: 15-18 May 2011
Venue - Dates: IEEE VTC2011 Spring, Hungary, 2011-05-15 - 2011-05-18
Organisations: Southampton Wireless Group

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Local EPrints ID: 272621
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/272621
PURE UUID: 6c3f34af-4f78-45e2-bc73-e8fa6f2ad490
ORCID for Lie-Liang Yang: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2032-9327

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Date deposited: 05 Aug 2011 10:36
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:55

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