Generalized Herglotz Wave Functions for Modelling Wireless Nearfield Multipath Scattering Environments
We develop a general mathematical model for nearfield multipath scattering as a basis for studying the spatial limits imposed on multi-antenna wireless communication systems. This model generalizes the Herglotz Wave Function, which is an important tool in the study of inverse scattering problems, to a form where the scatterers can be nearfield. This permits the development of the most general form of spatial correlation which is known to constrain the capacity of wireless systems.
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|Source:||Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, ICASSP 2003 Volume IV|
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