Effect of random walk phase noise on MIMO measurements
Förlag: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
In this paper we study the influence of phase noise from free-running local oscillators on SAGE signal parameter estimation. Phase noise is here modeled as a random-walk process. We present phase noise estimates from our LUND RUSK MIMO channel sounder, and draw conclusions on requirements on local oscillators' phase noise in terms of the Allan variance. We investigate an error propagation effect in SAGE, and finally, we present random-walk phase noise effect on channel capacity.
- Technology and Engineering
- Phase noise
- Random-walk processes
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