Wireless Communication Systems With Spatial Diversity: A Volumetric Model
This paper presents a novel physical-modeling approach to wireless systems with multiple antennas. The fundamental problem of modeling the communication channel is studied, where the channel consists of a finite spatial volume for transmitting, a finite spatial volume for reception, and an arbitrary set of reflective-scattering bodies. The number of communication modes (or degrees of freedom) for such a system is calculated, using the procedure developed. We present a simple model for multipath...[Show more]
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