alexa Abstract | Improve Diversity with OFDM Technique in V-BLAST Architecture
ISSN: 2167-0919

Journal of Telecommunications System & Management
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There are several technologies to transmit any signal in wireless communication. Technologies are: Integration, Differentiation, TDM (Time Division Multiplexing), FDM (Frequency Division Multiplexing), OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing). In which OFDM is superior to any other technology. It is widely used in MIMO schemes also where multiple transmission and reception process done with different types of antennas.V-BLAST is the technique where the completion of strongest signal capturing and it gives sturdiest output with the help of different receiver approximation techniques like MMSE (Minimum Mean Square Error), ZF (Zero Forcing) and ML (Maximum Likelihood). In this paper we throw some light on why choose MMSE, ZF and ML to identify overall Throughput, adjustment in pre-coding, performance of FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) and IFFT (Inverse FFT) in OFDM-VBLAST. Also examine which receiver technique is widely and very useful in practical scenario.

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Author(s): Kuldeep Shukla and Nidhi Bhatt


OFDM, MSE, Throughput, Pre-coding, FFT, ZF, MMSE,ML, Antenna Design, Cordless, Information Science, Wave Length, Radio Waves, Wireless Journals, Web Developer, Spatial Database, Soft Computing, Smart Grid, Digital Signal Processing, Satellite Communication, Radar Imaging, Multimedia Network, Datamining, Cyber Physical System, Cyber Security, Computer Networking, Telecommunications Journal

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