Investigating the Performance of MIMO Systems from an Electromagnetic Perspective
Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) wireless systems use multiple element antennas (MEAs) at the transmitter (TX) and the receiver (RX) in order to offer improved information rates (capacity) over conventional single antenna systems in rich scattering environments. In this paper, an example of a simple MIMO system is considered in which both antennas and scattering objects are formed by wire dipoles. Such a system can be analyzed in the strict electromagnetic (EM) sense and its capacity can...[Show more]
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