Lattice-reduction for power optimisation using the fast least-squares solution-seeker algorithm
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The power constraint factor in precoding methods plays an important role in the reduction of SER at the receiver. The value of this scaling factor lies in the individual power assigned to the transmit symbols prior the transmission. Such assignment will depend entirely on the matrix condition of the channel, in this case the eigenvalue%27s power of the channel inverse. Thus, the minimisation of this power constraint will rely on closing the power gap among the transmit symbols, and one solution is to use an auxiliary vector for fixing the matrix condition. This is equivalent to solving the integer leastsquares problem. For achieving this specific goal there are two effective choices: the lattice-reduction, whose objective is to reduce the basis of any given matrix, and the sphere techniques which enumerate all the lattice points inside a sphere centered at the query point. Both choices aim for finding or fitting an approximated least-squares solution occasioning astonishing results in performance when minimising the scaling factor prior to transmit. © 2009 IEEE.
The power constraint factor in precoding methods plays an important role in the reduction of SER at the receiver. The value of this scaling factor lies in the individual power assigned to the transmit symbols prior the transmission. Such assignment will depend entirely on the matrix condition of the channel, in this case the eigenvalue's power of the channel inverse. Thus, the minimisation of this power constraint will rely on closing the power gap among the transmit symbols, and one solution is to use an auxiliary vector for fixing the matrix condition. This is equivalent to solving the integer leastsquares problem. For achieving this specific goal there are two effective choices: the lattice-reduction, whose objective is to reduce the basis of any given matrix, and the sphere techniques which enumerate all the lattice points inside a sphere centered at the query point. Both choices aim for finding or fitting an approximated least-squares solution occasioning astonishing results in performance when minimising the scaling factor prior to transmit. © 2009 IEEE.
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Eigen-value; Lattice points; Lattice-reduction; Least Square; Least squares solutions; matrix; Power constraints; Power optimisation; Precoding; Query points; Scaling factors; Seeker algorithms; Transmit symbols; Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions; Electric power utilization; Wireless networks
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