Capacity in Weibull Fading with Shadowing for MIMO Distributed System
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Distributed systems are becoming the tool to reach high transmission rates in wireless environments. However, these systems are exposed to macroscopic and microscopic fading because they have the nodes (antennas) spatially distributed. This letter proposes a simple model to compute distributed multiple-input multiple-output capacity in composite Weibull shadowing fading in order to account for both effects, macroscopic (shadowing) and microscopic (Weibull channel).
KeywordsDistributed system MIMO system Lognormal distribution Weibull channel Wireless communications
This work was been partially supported by Gobierno de Extremadura/FEDER with the project numbers IB13113, GR10126, and GENIL PYR-19-2014, and CEI BioTIC (mP_TIC_11) projects.
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