A triply selective MIMO channel simulator using GPUs.
CARRASCO ALVAREZ, ROBERTO
CARREON VILLAL, JUAN RUBEN
VAZQUEZ CASTILLO, JAVIER
ORTEGON AGUILAR, JAIME SILVERIO
LONGORIA GANDARA, OMAR HUMBERTO
CASTILLO ATOCHE, ALEJANDRO ARTURO
MetadataShow full item record
"Amethodology for implementing a triply selectivemultiple-inputmultiple-output (MIMO) simulator based on graphics processing units (GPUs) is presented.The resulting simulator is based on the implementation of multiple double-selective single-input singleoutput (SISO) channel generators, where the multiple inputs and the multiple received signals have been transformed in order to supply the corresponding space correlation of the channel under consideration. A direct consequence of this approach is the flexibility provided, which allows different propagation statistics to each SISO channel to be specified and thus more complex environments to be replicated. It is shown that under some specific constraints, the statistics of the triply selective MIMO simulator are the same as those reported in the state of art. Simulation results show the computational time improvement achieved, up to 650-fold for an 8 × 8 MIMO channel simulator when compared with sequential implementations. In addition to the computational improvement, the proposed simulator offers flexibility for testing a variety of scenarios in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-toinfrastructure (V2I) systems."
- Artículos