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802.11 WLAN: history and new enabling MIMO techniques for next generation standards
IEEE 802.11, which styles wireless local area networks (WLAN), is one among the most successful standards in wireless communication systems. In this text, we review the history of WLAN standards, and provide technical overviews of the recent development of WLAN systems. Especially, as the initial inventor and also the proposer, we target beamforming and compressed feedback schemes, which have been adopted in 802.11 WLAN standards, to improve the throughput for a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) system. These techniques are essential to maximize the downlink system throughput for multiple user transmission furthermore for single user transmission. Conjointly, we present discussions on new technologies to additional enhance user throughput, that are currently thought of for future WLAN systems.
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