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In this letter we present a new approach for non-linear interference cancellation detectors allowing all layers of a generic layered space-time multiplexing scheme to achieve an improved diversity order at the receiver which enhances its performance as a whole. This goal is achieved by adding a backward recursion in traditional non-linear interference cancellation detectors, e.g. successive interference cancellation (SIC) and ordered successive interference cancellation (OSIC). Our illustrative results confirm that by using this simple detection approach, all layers of a generic layered space-time multiplexing scheme achieve an improved diversity gain at the receiver.
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C. Freitas Jr., W., C. Moreira, D., C. Cavalcante, C., & L. F. de Almeida, A. (2015). Backward Recursion in Layered Space-Time Non-linear Interference Cancellation Detectors. Journal of Communication and Information Systems, 26(1). https://doi.org/10.14209/jcis.2011.4
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