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A Variational Inference based Detection Method for Repetition Coded Generalized Spatial Modulation.

Jinho Choi

In this paper, we consider a simple coding scheme for spatial modulation (SM), where the same set of active transmit antennas is repeatedly used over consecutive multiple transmissions. Based on a Gaussian approximation, an approximate maximum likelihood (ML) detection problem is formulated to detect the indices of active transmit antennas. We show that the solution to the approximate ML detection problem can achieve a full coding gain. Furthermore, we develop a low-complexity iterative algorithm to solve the problem with low complexity based on a well-known machine learning approach, i.e., variational inference. Simulation results show that the proposed algorithm can have a near ML performance. A salient feature of the proposed algorithm is that its complexity is independent of the number of active transmit antennas, whereas an exhaustive search for the ML problem requires a complexity that grows exponentially with the number of active transmit antennas.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1811.05110

DOI: arXiv:1811.05110v1

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