Performance Analysis of Fading and Interference over MIMO Systems in Wireless Networks

Provided by: International Journal of Recent Development in Engineering and Technology (IJRDET)
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
The interlaced challenges faced by the wireless network are fading and interference. Fading (information loss) is a random variation of the channel strength with time, geographical position and/or radio frequency due to environmental effects. Due to this, the received signals have random amplitude, phase, and angle of arrival. Interference limits the capacity of spectral resource. Fading can be mitigated with cooperative transmission, as it helps to achieve diversity among users, whereas Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technique exploits interference by jointly processing the user data and thus increases the data rate in wireless network.

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