In mobile communication, a less explored technique to mitigate fading effects is based on the physical parameter of the transmitter by varying the physical dimension of the transmitting antenna. This paper deals with a self adaptive system to eliminate severe fading effects in different multi antenna set-ups by adaptively updating the effective aperture of the transmitting antenna. The system changes the effective aperture of the transmitting antenna to adapt to a previously set system parameter. We consider here Single input-single output (SISO), Single input-multi output (SIMO), Multi input-single output (MISO), and Multi input-multi output (MIMO) system with three different modulation schemes - BPSK, DPSK and QAM. Finally, the system performance is analyzed for the different set-ups in terms of Bit error rate (BER). We will see that our results show significantly better performance.
KASHYAP, PARISMITA A. and Sarma, Kandarpa Kumar
"SELF ADAPTIVE EFFECTIVE APERTURE FOR MULTI ANTENNA SET-UPS IN FADED WIRELESS CHANNELS,"
International Journal of Electronics Signals and Systems: Vol. 4
, Article 1.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijess/vol4/iss1/1