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N01W N0 WC2 2 a2 obtained as follows. Decide in favour of 1 if p2 C q2 > r2 C s2 . 2 Computation of the Probability of Error of the Flat Fading Rayleigh Channel Error occurs if P20 C Q20 > R20 C S02 (when 0 is sent). Let X10 D P20 C Q20 when 0 is sent and X20 D R20 C S02 , when 0 is sent. X10 > X20 /. The probability densityqfunction of X10 and X20 are obtained as follows. u/ D 0. 78) It is noted X10 D U 2 . x10 /. J is the Jacobian at U D u and is obtained as 2u. X10 > X20 / is computed as follows.

P In the receiver section, the received vector y D U x is pre-multiplied with H H U to obtain the estimation of x. 7 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Channel Model 45 Fig. 27 Demonstration of parallel transmission of the MIMO set-up Fig. 28 Demonstration of parallel transmission of the MIMO set-up (cont. . ) %Note that G=UDV’ %Y=GX+N TX1=2*round(rand(1,100))-1+j*(2*round(rand(1,100))-1); TX2=2*round(rand(1,100))-1+j*(2*round(rand(1,100))-1); TX=[TX1;TX2]; 46 1 Mathematical Model of the Time-Varying Wireless Channel Fig.

E. with zero error) Fig. 25 Linear MMSE estimation (computed using Pd ) of the MIMO technique subplot(3,2,1) plot(real(Y(1,:))) title(’Real part of the received sequence 1’) subplot(3,2,2) plot(imag(Y(1,:))) 40 1 Mathematical Model of the Time-Varying Wireless Channel Fig. 26 Detected data sequence in the MIMO set-up using Linear MMSE (computed using pd ) (which is identical as that of Fig. e. 7 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) Channel Model using LSE’) subplot(2,2,3) stem(real(TX(2,:))) hold on stem(real(XCAP_LS(2,:)),’r’) title(’Real part of the estimated sequence 2 using LSE’) subplot(2,2,4) stem(imag(TX(2,:))) hold on stem(imag(XCAP_LS(2,:)),’r’) title(’Imaginary part of the estimated sequence 2 using LSE’) figure subplot(2,2,1) stem(RX1_LS(1,:)) title(’Real part of the detected sequence 1 using LSE’) subplot(2,2,2) stem(RX1_LS(2,:)) title(’Imaginary part of the detected sequence 1 using LSE’) subplot(2,2,3) stem(RX2_LS(1,:)) title(’Real part of the detected sequence 2 using LSE’) subplot(2,2,4) stem(RX2_LS(2,:)) title(’Imaginary part of the detected sequence 2 using LSE’) RYY=0; RYX=0; for i=1:1:100 RYY=RYY+Y(:,i)*Y(:,i)’; RYX=RYX+Y(:,i)*TX(:,i)’; end RYY=(1/99)*RYY; RYX=(1/99)*RYX; C=inv(RYY)*RYX; XCAP_LE=C’*Y; RX1_LE=[sign(real(XCAP_LE(1,:)));sign (imag(XCAP_LE(1,:)))]; RX2_LE=[sign(real(XCAP_LE(2,:)));sign (imag(XCAP_LE(2,:)))]; figure subplot(2,2,1) stem(real(TX(1,:))) hold on 41 42 1 Mathematical Model of the Time-Varying Wireless Channel stem(real(XCAP_LE(1,:)),’r’) title(’Real part of the estimated sequence 1 using LE’) subplot(2,2,2) stem(imag(TX(1,:))) hold on stem(imag(XCAP_LE(1,:)),’r’) title(’Imaginary part of the estimated sequence 1 using LE’) subplot(2,2,3) stem(real(TX(2,:))) hold on stem(real(XCAP_LE(2,:)),’r’) title(’Real part of the estimated sequence 2 using LE’) subplot(2,2,4) stem(imag(TX(2,:))) hold on stem(imag(XCAP_LE(2,:)),’r’) title(’Imaginary part of the estimated sequence 2 using LE’) figure subplot(2,2,1) stem(RX1_LE(1,:)) title(’Real part of the detected sequence 1 using LE’) subplot(2,2,2) stem(RX1_LE(2,:)) title(’Imaginary part of the detected sequence 1 using LE’) subplot(2,2,3) stem(RX2_LE(1,:)) title(’Real part of the detected sequence 2 using LE’) subplot(2,2,4) stem(RX2_LE(2,:)) title(’Imaginary part of the detected sequence 2 using LE’) RXX=0; RNN=0; for i=1:1:100 RXX=RXX+(TX(:,i)-transpose(mean(transpose(TX))))*...