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This volume is a collection of papers from the DIMACS Workshop on Signal Processing for Wireless Transmission. The workshop brought together theoreticians and practitioners working on wireless communications, information, and coding theory from a variety of perspectives. The main topics discussed in the book are capacity of multiantenna channels, vector broadcast channels and "dirty-paper" coding, signal processing, and ad hoc networking in wideband channels. These are all major themes in current research in physical-layer design for wireless communication.
The book is suitable for graduate students and researchers interested in mathematical problems of communication theory. Algorithmic and quantitative aspects in real algebraic geometry are becoming increasingly important areas of research because of their roles in other areas of mathematics and computer science. The papers in this volume collectively span several different areas of current research.
Forward vii Preface ix Part I. Capacity of multiantenna channels Broadband MIMO channel model for realistic capacity and system performance evaluations H. Xu, D. Chizhik, H. Huang, and R. Valenzuela 3 Bandwidth-power tradeoff of multi-antenna systems in the low-power regime A. M. Tulino, A. Lozano, and S. Verdu 15 Distribution of MIMO capacity in the presence of correlated signals and interferers: A (not so) large N analysis A. L. Moustakas, S. H. Simon, and A. M. Sengupta 43 Optimality of beamforming in multiple transmitter multiple receiver communication systems with partial channel knowledge S. H. Simon and A. L. Moustakas 57 Part II. Capacity of broadcast channels and dirty-paper coding Duality, dirty paper coding, and capacity for multiuser wireless channels N. Jindal, S. Vishwanath, S. Jafar, and A. Goldsmith 71 On the capacity of the multiple antenna broadcast channel D. Tse and P. Viswanath 87 Capacity bounds for Gaussian vector broadcast channels S. Vishwanath, G. Kramer, S. Shamai (Shitz), S. Jafar, and A. Goldsmith 107 Writing on dirty tape with LDPC codes G. Caire and S. Shamai (Shitz) 123 Dirty paper coding: Perturbing off the infinite dimensional lattice limit G. J. Foschini and A. H. Diaz 141 Part III. Signal processing for multiantenna channels Maximum-likelihood decoding and integer least-squares: The expected complexity B. Hassibi and H. Vikalo 161 Slowing the time-fluctuating MIMO channel D. Chizhik 193 A spacetime architectural superstructure enabling efficient multiple antenna communication G. J. Foschini and M. Sellathurai 213 Space-time coding with iterative receiver interfaces E. Biglieri, A. Nordio, and G. Taricco 233 Diversity order of space-time block codes in inter-symbol interference multiple-access channels S. N. Diggavi, N. Al-Dhahir, and A. R. Calderbank 247 Pilot assisted estimation of MIMO fading channel response and achievable data rates D. Samardzija and N. Mandayam 255 Part IV. Networking capacity Challenges in UWB signaling for adhoc networking Y. Souilmi and R. Knopp 271 Efficient multihop broadcast for wideband systems I. Maric and R. Yates 285