Higher order MIMO outdoor-to-indoor measurements using repeaters
Conference contribution, 2010

In this paper we present results from a outdoor- to-indoor MIMO measurement campaign where we study the effect of repeaters on singular values, spatial richness, capacity, and delay spread distributions. We present results from different repeater scenarios such as, e.g. different outdoor/indoor repeater deployments with single/dual polarized antennas. The measurements show that repeaters significantly enhance the received SNR while they increase the delay spread and decrease the spatial richness of the MIMO channel. However, the main conclusion is that a significant increase in channel capacity is attained when deploying repeaters mostly thanks to their ability to provide spatial multiplexing over the high-quality eigenmodes they may provide. The number of such eigenmodes is limited by the number of repeaters, deployment, and their antennas. © 2010 IEEE.

Author

Mikael Coldrey

Ericsson AB

P. Persson

Ericsson AB

T. Hult

Lund University

Andreas Wolfgang

Chalmers, Signals and Systems, Communication and Antenna Systems, Communication Systems

IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference

1550-2252 (ISSN)

Subject Categories

Computer and Information Science

DOI

10.1109/VETECS.2010.5494111

ISBN

978-142442519-8

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