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Interplay of spectral efficiency, power and doppler spectrum for reference-signal-assisted wireless communication
Lozano Solsona, Àngel
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Expressions relating spectral efficiency, power, and Doppler spectrum, are derived for Rayleigh-faded wireless channels with Gaussian signal transmission. No side information on the state of the channel is assumed at the receiver. Rather, periodic reference signals are postulated in accordance with the functioning of most wireless systems. The analysis relies on a well-established lower bound, generally tight and asymptotically exact at low SNR. In contrast with most previous studies, which relied on block-fading channel models, a continuous-fading model is adopted. This embeds the Doppler spectrum directly in the derived expressions, imbuing them with practical significance. Closed-form relationships are obtained for the popular Clarke-Jakes spectrum and informative expansions, valid for arbitrary spectra, are found for the low- and high-power regimes. While the paper focuses on scalar channels, the extension to multiantenna settings is also discussed.
2013-07-02
Doppler, Efecte
Comunicació sense fil, Sistemes de
Ràdio Antenes
Tractament del senyal
Rayleigh Fading
Spectral Efficiency
Mutual Information
Channel Estimation
Doppler Spectrum
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