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Wireless communication systems using multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver, which are referred to as a Multiple Input and Multiple Output (MIMO) systems in the literature, have the potential of maintaining reliable wireless transmissions at high data rates,. The design of coding schemes for MIMO systems operating at high Signal-to-Noise Ratios (SNRs) involves a tradeoff between the achievable rate at which the system's capacity increases and the rate at which the error probability decays. There is considerable interest in developing schemes that provide different trade-offs in terms of the achievable rate and error probability, which are applicable for employment in a broad range of antenna configurations.
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