Hybrid Low Complex near Optimal Detector for Spatial Modulation

P. Rajani Kumari, K. Chenna Kesava Reddy, K.S. Ramesh


In our previous work maximum throughput in multi stream MIMO is analyzed by overcoming the inter antenna interference. To mitigate the Inter antenna interference spatial modulation can be used. Spatial Modulation(SM) aided MIMO systems are the emerging MIMO systems which are low complex and energy efficient. These systems additionally use spatial dimensions for transmitting information. In this paper a low complex detector based on matched filter is proposed for spatial modulation to achieve near maximum likelihood performance while avoiding exhaustive ML search since MF based detector exhibits a considerable reduced complexity since activated transmitting antenna and modulated amplitude phase modulation constellation are estimated separately. Simulation results show the performance of the proposed method with optimal ML detector, MRC and conventional matched filter methods.


spatial modulation; energy efficient; low complex; maximum likelihood; MRC; matched filter.

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v7i2.pp818-822
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