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See detailPrecoding, Scheduling and Link Adaptation in Mobile Interactive Multibeam Satellite Systems
Vazquez, Miguel-Angel; Shankar, Bhavani UL; Kourogiorgas, Charilaos et al

in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas In Communications (2018), 36(5), 971-980

This paper deals with the problem of precoding, scheduling and link adaptation in next generation mobile interactive multibeam satellite systems. In contrast to the fixed satellite services, when the user ... [more ▼]

This paper deals with the problem of precoding, scheduling and link adaptation in next generation mobile interactive multibeam satellite systems. In contrast to the fixed satellite services, when the user terminals move across the coverage area, additional challenges appear. Due to the time varying channel, the gateway has only access to a delayed version of the channel state information (CSI) which can eventually limit the overall system performance. However, in contrast to general multiuser multipleinput- multiple-output terrestrial systems, the CSI degradation in multibeam mobile applications has a very limited impact for typical fading channel and system assumptions. Under realistic conditions, the numerical results show that precoding can offer an attractive gain in the system throughput compared to conservative frequency reuse allocations. [less ▲]

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See detailPushing for higher rates and efficiency in Satcom: the different perspectives within SatNExIV
Vazquez, Miguel-Angel; Neira, Ana-Perez; Mosquera, Carlos et al

in Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2015) (2015)

SatNEx IV project aims at studying medium and long term directions of satellite telecommunication systems for any of the commercial or institutional applications that can be considered appealing by key ... [more ▼]

SatNEx IV project aims at studying medium and long term directions of satellite telecommunication systems for any of the commercial or institutional applications that can be considered appealing by key players although still not mature enough for attracting industry or initiating dedicated ESA R&D activities. This paper summarizes the first year activities identified as very promising techniques for next generation satellite communication systems. Concretely, very high throughput satellite trunking, physical layer advances for fullduplex and multipolarization systems, network coding applications and multiple access schemes for information centric networking are briefly presented. For all the activities, we identify the scenarios under study so as the preliminary technical solutions to be further investigated. [less ▲]

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