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From Linear Equalization to Lattice-Reduction-Aided Sphere-Detector as an Answer to the MIMO Detection Problematic in Spatial Multiplexing Systems

By Sébastien Aubert and Manar Mohaisen

Submitted: June 11th 2010Reviewed: October 1st 2010Published: April 11th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/15565

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Sébastien Aubert and Manar Mohaisen (April 11th 2011). From Linear Equalization to Lattice-Reduction-Aided Sphere-Detector as an Answer to the MIMO Detection Problematic in Spatial Multiplexing Systems, Vehicular Technologies: Increasing Connectivity, Miguel Almeida, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/15565. Available from:

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