## A FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING MIMO SYSTEMS WITH DECISION FEEDBACK EQUALIZATION OR TOMLINSON-HARASHIMA PRECODING

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@MISC{Shenouda_aframework,

author = {M. Botros Shenouda and T. N. Davidson},

title = {A FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING MIMO SYSTEMS WITH DECISION FEEDBACK EQUALIZATION OR TOMLINSON-HARASHIMA PRECODING},

year = {}

}

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We consider joint transceiver design for general Multiple-Input Multiple-Output communication systems that implement interference (pre-)subtraction, such as those based on Decision Feedback Equalization (DFE) or Tomlinson-Harashima precoding (THP). We develop a unified framework for joint transceiver design by considering design criteria that are expressed as functions of the Mean Square Error (MSE) of the individual data streams. By deriving two inequalities that involve the logarithms of the individual MSEs, we obtain optimal designs for two classes of communication objectives, namely those that are Schur-convex and Schur-concave functions of these logarithms. For Schur-convex objectives, the optimal design results in data streams with equal MSEs. This design simultaneously minimizes the total MSE and maximizes the mutual information for the DFE-based model. For Schur-concave objectives, the optimal DFE design results in linear equalization and the optimal THP design results in linear precoding. The proposed framework embraces a wide range of design objectives and can be regarded as a counterpart of the existing framework of linear transceiver design.

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Citation Context ...lar matrix with positive diagonal elements, we can rewrite the objective as tr(CMC H )=�CL� 2 F , where �·�F denotes the Frobenius norm and the product CL is positive definite lower triangular matrix =-=[8]-=-. Let λ1(CL) ≥ ...,≥ λK(CL) and σ1(CL) ≥ ... ≥ σK(CL) denote the ordered eigen values and singular values, respectively, of the matrix CL. Then the unit diagonal lower triangular C that minimizes tr(C... |

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Citation Context ...sing an MMSE criterion receiver were considered in [3, 4], and designs subject to a zero-forcing constraint were considered in [5, 6]. Some THP counterparts of these designs were presented in [3] and =-=[7]-=-, respectively. In this paper, we develop a broadly applicable framework for joint transmitter and receiver design for MIMO systems with a DFE or a THP. We consider the broad range of design criteria ... |

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Citation Context ...oncave functions of the mean square error (MSE) of each data stream. For the class of interference (pre-)subtraction, designs for DFE based schemes using an MMSE criterion receiver were considered in =-=[3, 4]-=-, and designs subject to a zero-forcing constraint were considered in [5, 6]. Some THP counterparts of these designs were presented in [3] and [7], respectively. In this paper, we develop a broadly ap... |

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Citation Context ...oncave functions of the mean square error (MSE) of each data stream. For the class of interference (pre-)subtraction, designs for DFE based schemes using an MMSE criterion receiver were considered in =-=[3, 4]-=-, and designs subject to a zero-forcing constraint were considered in [5, 6]. Some THP counterparts of these designs were presented in [3] and [7], respectively. In this paper, we develop a broadly ap... |