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多用户多输入多输出系统中的信道估计方法,包含matlab代码和C代码
MU_MIMO.rar
  • MU_MIMO
  • C-source
  • byte2bit.c
    2.7KB
  • soft_sd2.cpp
    5.4KB
  • convolutional.h
    17KB
  • Hard_decision.c
    1.4KB
  • MIT_license.txt
    1KB
  • SisoDecode.c
    6.2KB
  • Turbo_rate_matching_bit_selection.c
    4.3KB
  • crc16.h
    3KB
  • Turbo_rate_matcher_bit_selection_and_pruning_mapping.c
    7.4KB
  • Soft_Bit_Interleaver.c
    2.2KB
  • Bit_Interleaver.c
    2.4KB
  • Gold_sequence_generation.c
    4.6KB
  • crc24b.c
    7.1KB
  • crc24a.h
    3.1KB
  • bit2byte.c
    3.3KB
  • GNU_lesser_GPL_license.txt
    26.3KB
  • Circular_Buffer_Mapping.c
    1.7KB
  • siso.h
    8.3KB
  • crc24a.c
    7.1KB
  • ConvEncode.c
    5.4KB
  • soft_sd_c2.cpp
    9.7KB
  • maxstar.h
    6.3KB
  • crc24b.h
    3.1KB
  • crc16.c
    6.4KB
  • cal_precoding_matrix.m
    3KB
  • channel.m
    1.7KB
  • LTE_common_turbo_encoder_generate_interleaving_mapping.m
    1.5KB
  • LTE_rx_hard_decision.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_rx_soft_sd2.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_rx_turbo_decode.m
    6.5KB
  • LTE_common_soft_bit_interleaver.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_common_crc24a.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_demapper.m
    2KB
  • LTE_par.mat
    10.7KB
  • MU_Transmit.m
    1KB
  • LTE_common_bit2byte.mexw32
    20KB
  • Load_LTE_par.m
    14.2KB
  • Load_LTE_par.asv
    14KB
  • LTE_rx_turbo_decode_codeword.m
    4.6KB
  • LTE_common_scrambling.m
    1.8KB
  • MU_precoding.m
    361B
  • MU_MIMO.m
    4.1KB
  • LTE_common_gen_gold_sequence.mexw32
    20KB
  • MU_MIMO.asv
    4.1KB
  • LTE_rx_check_crc.m
    1.5KB
  • LTE_common_bit_interleaver.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_rx_turbo_decode_codeword.asv
    4.5KB
  • LTE_common_byte2bit.mexw32
    20KB
  • cal_precoding_matrix.asv
    3KB
  • gen_channel_matrix.m
    878B
  • MU_precoding.asv
    318B
  • LTE_common_crc16.mexw32
    20KB
  • LTE_tx_convolutional_encoder.mexw32
    20KB
  • CodeBook.mat
    1.2KB
  • MU_Receive.m
    2.8KB
  • LTE_tx_append_crc.m
    1.1KB
  • MU_Transmit.asv
    1019B
  • LTE_tx_convolutional_encoder.mexw64
    10KB
  • LTE_tx_turbo_encode_code_block.m
    2.7KB
  • LTE_common_crc24b.mexw32
    20KB
  • channel_pass.m
    1.1KB
  • gen_channel.m
    2.9KB
  • InLeaverPar.mat
    1022B
  • alpahadata.mat
    5.4KB
  • LTE_rx_siso_decode.mexw32
    24KB
  • MU_Receive.asv
    5.7KB
  • LTE_rx_soft_sd2.mexw64
    12.5KB
  • LTE_rx_turbo_decode.asv
    6.5KB
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