Noncoherent STC

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Non-coherent space time codes are a way of transmitting data in wireless communications. In this multiple antenna scheme, it is assumed that the receiver only has knowledge of the statistics of channel. Non-coherent space-time transmission schemes were proposed by Tom Marzetta and Bertrand Hochwald in 1999,[1][2] but these schemes are complex in terms of implementation.

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  1. ^ Marzetta, T.L. and Hochwald, B.M. (January 1999). "Capacity of a mobile multiple-antenna communication link in Rayleigh flat fading". IEEE Transactions of Information Theory 45 (1): 139–157. doi:10.1109/18.746779. 
  2. ^ Hochwald, B.M. and Marzetta, T.L. (March 2000). "Unitary space-time modulation for multiple-antenna communications in Rayleigh flat fading". IEEE Transactions of Information Theory 46 (2): 543–564. doi:10.1109/18.825818.