Transmit Power Allocation for Successive Interference Cancellation in Multicode MIMO Systems

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dc.contributor.authorPark, Chang Soon-
dc.contributor.authorLee, Kwang Bok-
dc.identifier.citationIEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 56, pp. 2200-2213, Dec. 2008en
dc.descriptionPaper approved by X. Wang, the Editor for Multiuser Detection and
Equalization of the IEEE Communications Society. Manuscript received June
10, 2005; revised November 2, 2006 and July 23, 2007. This paper was
presented in part at the IEEE International Conference on Communications,
Seoul, Korea, May 2005.
dc.description.abstractMultiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) system
with multicode transmission can provide high speed data services
by transmitting independent parallel substreams from multiple
antennas and through multicode channelization. In this paper,
we first introduce an iterative two-stage successive interference
cancellation (SIC) detection scheme for a multicode MIMO
system. The proposed technique cancels the interference signals
successively in the space domain followed by the code domain.
Next, we develop various transmit power allocation schemes over
different data substreams for the proposed detection process to
improve error rate performance. The joint transmit power allocation
is derived to make the post-detection signal-to-interferenceplus-
noise ratio (SINR) become the same for all substreams
in both the space and code domains. As a computationally
efficient scheme, we propose a two-stage power allocation scheme,
which allocates the total transmit power to the substreams in
the code domain at the first stage, and allocates this code
domain power to the substreams in the space domain at the
second stage. Furthermore, variable and constant power ratio
(PR) schemes are derived to reduce the feedback overhead. In
particular, the constant PR scheme utilizes the transmit power
ratio determined by the long-term statistical properties of the
fading channel amplitudes, and achieves significantly reduced
feedback rate. Numerical results show that the proposed transmit
power allocation schemes for the two-stage SIC significantly
outperform the equal power allocation scheme.
dc.publisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)en
dc.subjectBit error rate (BER)en
dc.subjectmulticode transmissionen
dc.subjectmultiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systemsen
dc.subjectsuccessive interferenceen
dc.subjecttransmit power allocationen
dc.titleTransmit Power Allocation for Successive Interference Cancellation in Multicode MIMO Systemsen
dc.typeConference Paperen
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