|Organization Name||University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego)|
|Institutional ID Number||21068|
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The invention will find applications in RF receiver design for WLAN OFDM systems with multiple antennas. It is also anticipated to be a good candidate for OFDM systems using a more complex frequency-domain combining. For example, in a system with four receiver antennas, MSCS combining can be employed to yield two outputs with an optimized SNR for subsequent maximal ration combining, thereby requiring only two complex A/D and DFTs.
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|Detailed Technology Description||
Given here is an innovative multiple sub-carrier selection diversity receiver architecture for WLAN OFDM systems with multiple antennas. With a small increase in analog complexity, it is shown that significant gain can be achieved by the proposed technique over selection diversity for WLAN OFDM systems. The technique requires only a single A/D and DFT, which eases the baseband hardware requirements significantly.
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Related MaterialsA detailed paper on this invention can be reviewed under available NDA.
Tech ID/UC Case21068/2004-191-0