### Table 1: Physical layer parameters of the MIMO-OFDM sys- tems used for the performance evaluation.

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### TABLE I OPTIMAL PILOT TONE VECTORS IN THE ABSENCE OF FREQUENCY OFFSET FOR A MIMO OFDM SYSTEM WITH K gt;NTxL,(K =8,NTx =2,L=2)

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### TABLE IV OPTIMAL PILOT TONE VECTORS IN THE PRESENCE OF FREQUENCY OFFSET FOR A MIMO OFDM SYSTEM WITH K = NTxL,(K =8,NTx =4,L=2)

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### Tables 31 TABLE III Approximate Hamming and Euclidean weight enumerators for turbo-coded systems. Outer Code Precoded Not Precoded

### Table IV. Some Second and Third Order Codes with Pre-Coding Function, Given Listing the Columns of the Matrices in Hexadecimal Notation.

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### Table X. Field 2: Bits 4-5 Rank of code book for long term precoding matrix. See Table Y.

### Table 1: Possible Spreading Code Values

"... In PAGE 2: ... The spreading code will be only allowed to be rotated by amounts of 45 de- grees. This means that the spreading code can take the following values as shown in Table1 . The val- ues at 45,135,225 and 315 degrees are simplified by taking 1+j instead of p 2(1 + j).... In PAGE 2: ... The length of segments depends on the frequency offset required. The rotated segments I + jQ are built according to the following formula: I + jQ =(a + jb)(i + jq) where (a + jb) is the rotation vector for the different angles, as shown in Table1 and (i + jq) is the com-... ..."

### Table V: Information mapping for CQICH channels for feedback of index in code book for short term precoding matrix. In the case multiple short term precoding matrices are used in band AMC mode, the additional code book indices for the additional short term precoding matrices are fed back on CQICH number 1-3. These precoders are associated with the bands for which the S/N values are the highest. As a secondary selection criteria, in case the bands with the highest S/N are not unique, the bands with the lowest band index are chosen first. They are ordered in increasing band index order.

### Table 2: Example of Rotated Spreading Codes for Correlator

"... In PAGE 2: ... This increase in amplitude on the corners of the unit square causes, on average, only a change in the gain of the correlator result. A simplified example is now shown in Table2 for the case when the spreading code equals 1 for all chips. The first column is the spreading code for the 0Hz correlator.... In PAGE 3: ... The 0Hz correlator output has to be normalised against frequency offset correlators as the absolute amplitude of the correlations is 1 compared to on av- erage (1:414+1)=2 for the other frequency bins. This is evident from Table2 . What can be noted from this diagram is that no more than 1 dB of loss occurs over the entire frequency range.... ..."

### Table 2. Spreading codes main characteristics

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