Reducing the Receiver's Computation Complexity by Limiting the Use of the Beamforming Action

Abstract : This paper concerns a scenario of decision making that adapts the receiver to its radio environment in order to reduce its computational complexity. It consists of providing to the receiver equipment the cognitive capacities of being aware of its environment and able to decide to perform a beamforming action or not, depending on whether this action is necessary to ameliorate the SNR or not. The fact of limiting the use of this action should reduce the computational complexity caused by the operation of orienting the antenna elements' main lobe.
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Salma Bourbia, Daniel Le Guennec, Khaled Grati, Adel Ghazel. Reducing the Receiver's Computation Complexity by Limiting the Use of the Beamforming Action. ICT 2013, May 2013, Casablanca, Morocco. pp.NC. ⟨hal-00825787⟩

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