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Experimental Evaluation of MIMO Coded Modulation Systems: are Space-Time Block Codes Really Necessary?

By Francisco J. Vázquez Araújo, José A. García-Naya, Miguel González-López, Luis Castedo and Javier Garcia-Frias

Submitted: June 7th 2010Reviewed: November 2nd 2010Published: April 4th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/15287

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