Maha Ben Zid

Maha BEN ZID is an associate Professor at the National School of Engineering of Le Mans (ENSIM), France. She received the Diploma in telecommunications engineering, in 2006 and the M.Sc. degree in communications systems, in 2007 from the National Engineering School of Tunis (ENIT), Tunisia. She joined the Grenoble Automatic Signal-Speech-Images (GIPSA-Lab) as a Ph.D. Student in 2010. She received the Ph.D. degree in Signal, Image, Speech and Telecoms (SIPT) from the University of Grenoble, France, in 2012. Maha BEN ZID is the co-author of three book chapters and has also served as a reviewer for international conferences. Her research topics are multiple antenna systems and wireless sensor networks.

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This book emphasis on multi-user MIMO communication. It covers a collection of the major topics and issues in multi-user MIMO systems. Recent Trends in Multi-user MIMO Communications provides a tutorial overview of the latest technologies and research keys related to multi-user communication. This book is composed of seven chapters, each written by a different set of authors. Features include: Fundamentals of multi-user MIMO communication, Random Beamforming in multi-user MIMO systems, LTE and LTE-Advanced framework, Interference cancellation in multi-user MIMO systems, Incorporation of multi-user capabilities in IEEE 802.11n/ac for WLAN systems, Physical layer security for multi-user MIMO communication, User selection based error probability of MIMO detector in multi-user MIMO systems.

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